Loving Me Enough to Just Be:
Honoring the Self to Authentically Develop Your Capacity
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Have you ever felt overextended and burned out? Has your school asked you to take care of yourself and then send another long list of things you must do on top of all of your other responsibilities?
Anti-racist practitioners understand the importance of resisting grind culture to honor your care. This live workshop is a call to action for all educational practitioners. It will empower, inspire, and motivate all participants to shift their mindsets toward wellness as a point of entry for developing an anti-racist praxis. The Loving Me to Just Be session will also challenge schooling institutions to evaluate their culture and values to reimagine new systems where educators can thrive as their authentic selves.
Join anti-racist educators, administrators and activists from across the country for this 90 minute LIVE online workshop, lead by Co-Founder and CEO, Ashley Y. Lipscomb.
September Sessions (Select ONE at Check Out)
Tuesday, September 14, 7pm ET
Thursday, September 16, 7pm ET
Seats are limited.
Sliding Scale Pricing - Accessible to All
In an effort to ensure that this critical work is accessible to all, we offer sliding scale pricing. We do not require that you prove financial hardship, but we do ask that you select the option that most honestly reflects your spending capabilities.
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Meet the Facilitator
Ashley Y. Lipscomb (she/her) is an anti-racist educator with experience building educational systems that honor the full humanity of every student.
A graduate of Hampton University (BA English and Master in Teaching), Harvard Divinity School (MDiv) and Montclair State University (Certificate in Supervision), Ashley has participated in and spearheaded several committees focused on diversity, equity, and inclusion in both K-12 and higher education settings. She provides DEI consulting to students in the Diversity and Inclusion Management Course at the Harvard Extension School.
Utilizing her research, she has created a unique framework to address the systemic racism that is deeply embedded in pedagogical practices and colonized curriculums which impedes the most vulnerable populations of students from flourishing.