SO YOU'VE HAD
READY TO AUTHENTICALLY INTEGRATE ALLYSHIP INTO YOUR LIFE?
Right now, the world as you've chosen to see it has changed.
Current uprisings (in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic no less) have brought racial disparities, injustices against the Black community, and flaws in our current systems to the forefront. In the midst of this uncertainty, hope, fear, and change, each of us has to decide how we will show up.
What have you decided?
BY NOW YOU'VE:
added books by Black authors and/or about Black people to your reading list
updated your Netflix queue with films such as 13th, When They See Us, and The Help
posted your black square on Instagram with #blackouttuesday (and maybe even a brown fist emoji) to signal your support
scrolled through your phone and texted Black colleagues, friends, and associates to see how they're doing
watched celebrities, influencers, business owners, and major corporations release statements to varying degrees of applause and critique
AND NOW YOU'RE WONDERING WHAT CAN (AND SHOULD) YOU—A REGULAR, EVERYDAY PERSON—DO MOVING FORWARD.
Imagine if you could...
Have a space to really process everything you've seen, read, and learned these last few weeks
Begin to intentionally reflect on the icky feelings of guilt, shame, helplessness, and confusion that have popped up during this awakening
Figure out your role in the "new normal" moving forward
Know exactly where to focus your time and energy so that your commitment to anti-racism becomes part of your everyday life
Have strategies and tools to have these conversations with the people in your life who may not "get it" yet
Why this workshop
As a Black woman in America, I've been on a rollercoaster of emotions as I watch the nation go up in flames as some begin to acknowledge what I've known my entire life and as others argue whether or not the lives of people who look like me matter.
As I read post after post and statement after statement, I recognize that, for many White people and non-Black people of color, this may be the first time you've truly ever had to confront your role in a society that wasn't designed for everyone. And while most of the focus right now is on the response and actions of celebrities, "influencers," politicians, and businesses, I know that in this movement there needs to be a space for everyday people to move beyond feelings of guilt, shame, and overwhelm so you can identify your greatest possible impact and naturally integrate what you now know into your life.
Here's what people are saying...
Meet your host:
Diana Morris is a clarity coach who creates a safe space for the uncomfortable journey of self-discovery by meeting you where you are, pinpointing your power, and helping you pivot into authenticity.
Her specialty lies in helping people use vital honesty, strategic action, and radical accountability to leverage previous experiences and current resources so they can get better, sustainable results in their career, relationships, and current circumstances—all without taking extreme actions or risks.
Frequently Asked Questions
How long do I have access to the workshop?
What is the structure of this workshop?
Will I have access to Diana outside of the worksop?
Yes, if you would like additional, personalized support, you can apply to work with Diana 1:1 by visiting her website here.
Can I get a preview of the workshop?
Yes, you can! Visit courses.dianaramorris.com to watch the welcome and introduction portion of the workshop to get a sense of what’s covered. Note: You'll be prompted to create a username and passwork in order to access the free lesson.
How much is this workshop?
The investment for this workshop is $147.00.
Are there refunds?
Given the nature of the workshop and transfer of knowledge, there are no refunds for this service.
Is this available for my office or company?
Absolutely! This content can be used as-is for individuals and can also be customized to fit your team, industry, and office/company's needs. Complete this form to share what you have in mind and Diana will reach out to continue the conversation. For more information about Diana's workshops and presentations, visit her speaker page.