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Healing Recovery Spaces – An Anti-Racism Training
Healing Recovery Spaces – An Anti-Racism training is designed to offer a brave space to get comfortable with tacking the often uncomfortable topic of race. It empowers participants to dismantle patterns of racism and create cultures and environments that are trauma-informed and safe. Participants leave this training feeling challenged yes, but equally motivated to create real change. In this training we focus on:
- Racism – The roots of racism and its impact on North American culture.
- Racial Trauma – How racial discrimination is associated with psychological distress.
- Microaggressions – Understanding the negative and subtle slights and insults.
- White Supremacy – How white superiority maintains America’s racism equilibrium.
- Allyship – What is possible when those with privilege show up for the marginalize
When an organization makes anti-racism work a priority it’s a clear statement that they stand on the importance of inclusive cultures and cultural competencies.
THIS SESSION WILL NOT BE RECORDED AND WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE DURING THE REPLAY PERIOD.
Shari Hampton, Professional Presenter
Recovery Coach, Anti-Racism Trainer and Trusted Advisor, SHE RECOVERS Foundation Shari is a Trusted Advisor for SHE RECOVERS Foundation and an antiracist consultant who works with recovery and treatment organizations to help them explore their own biases and create pathways to greater diversity, equity and inclusion. She is the founder of Served Up Sober, a non-profit organization devoted to increasing healthy equity in marginalized communities by creating holistic spaces for women of color who are sober or sober curious. As a Certified Recovery Coach, Motivational Speaker, and woman in longterm recovery, Shari combines her years of professional and personal experience to passionately support like-minded women who are ready to recover from "all the things”. Shari operates from a spiritually driven and empowered approach to healing, navigating her clients through a journey of self-discovery designed to connect their mind, body and spirit with their own innate healing potential. Shari is a fierce recovery advocate and workshop presenter. She most recently participated in the SHE RECOVERS panel discussion Critical Conversations: Healing the Effects of Racism for Black Women in Recovery and continuously works towards centering the issues of Black and brown communities in recovery spaces.