The Minnesota Peacebuilding Leadership Institute is pleased to sponsor the White Ally Toolkit community training at Bethlehem Lutheran Church Twin Cities, Minneapolis Campus on March 8 & 9, 2019.

Over the past several years, Dr. David Campt has developed the White Ally Toolkit training to teach allies how to foster constructive debiasing dialogues with the racism skeptics within their spheres of influence. Using current research on persuasion, the White Ally Toolkit teaches trainees concrete skills for using their own racial background as a tool to advance racial equity. We’re working with Dr. Campt to reduce the 55% of white people who are racism skeptics.

At Peacebuilding, we believe racism breeds dignity violations and structural trauma that negatively impacts us all and especially people of color. To address these traumas, we need to talk about them and learn new strategies so we can transform the psychological trauma into nonviolent power. And, as Dr. Campt says, there is no reason we can’t enjoy ourselves together as we learn new engaging strategies to change our communities for good.

For more information, take a look at these YouTube videos:
The White Ally Toolkit and as the “White People’s Whisperer,” Dr. Campt’s was recently on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah

To register or for more information, click on the links below! All are welcome!

White Ally Toolkit Workshop: Part 1
Friday, March 8 @ 1:00 pm – 4:15 pm
Early Tuition: $50 | Standard Tuition: $75
Pre-registration and location details:

White Ally Toolkit Workshop, Part 1
Saturday, March 9 @ 8:30 am – 11:45 am
Early Tuition: $50 | Standard Tuition: $75
Pre-registration and location details:

And for those who attend the WAT: Part 1 and want additional time exploring and practicing White Ally Toolkit (WAT) strategies, join Dr. Campt for:

Going Deeper with the White Ally Toolkit: Part 2
Saturday, March 9 @ 1:00 pm – 4:15 pm
Early Tuition $50 | Standard Tuition $75
Pre-registration and location details:

**For an additional fee, continuing education credits (CEs) will be available for social workers, nurses, and teachers for these events.**

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