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SYNERGY

INCLUSIVE LIFE SYNERGY

A community devoted to cultivating belonging and liberation. 

 

If you want to go quickly, go alone.

If you want to go far, go together. 

– African proverb

If antiracism is important to you, then you need community around you to support your work.

 

Liberation cannot be cultivated or realized in isolation. This work is done with each other, and for each other.

 

If you would like to deepen your analysis, be held in accountable relationships, and keep moving forward in aligned action, join us for Inclusive Life Synergy.

Let’s keep going. Let’s continue to connect at the roots.

 

What is Synergy?

After the 2020 Accelerator, members of our Inclusive Life Community started asking for more opportunities to strengthen our relationships and our antiracism skills.

Synergy has been in motion since early 2021, and now we’re opening the circle again. It’s perfect for those who just attended Accelerator 2021, but not a requirement.

We will be meeting monthly to connect, explore timely topics, and address our challlenges via spotlight coaching and discussion. Most importantly, we will be showing up imperfectly and vulnerably.

For the first three months, we will continue to dig into the topics and the presentations shared at the Accelerator. You’ll be able to access the recordings and related materials in an online teaching platform called Teachable.

 

Meets Monthly:  2nd Fridays 10-11:15 (PT)/1-2:15 (ET)

Begins: July 9th, 2021

Monthly subscription: please reach out if you need financial support

CREATING AN EQUITABLE SOCIETY IS A JOURNEY,

NOT A HASHTAG.

We have so much to learn from one another.

In SYNERGY, everyone brings their gifts, lived experiences, challenges and their own unique approach to this work.

SYNERGY is a space where you can grapple, reflect and analyze how to integrate antiracism into your life.

Synergy’s facilitator :

Nicole Lee is a nationally-recognized diversity, equity, and inclusion strategist and leadership coach. She is also a mom who knows that conversations about racism and other hard topics don’t go according to any play book. Her experience helping schools build inclusive culture gives her a unique perspective on the ways children and their caregivers engage in conversations about anti-racism.
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