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We have all been traumatized by the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and so many more black lives to the hands of racism and hatred in our country. While each of us has a unique history based on race, class, gender, and more, dealing with trauma is important for all of us to stay healthy and to continue working towards collective transformation.
- The role of trauma in destabilization
- Where racial trauma lives in your body, regardless of the color of your skin
- Treatments to settle the body and mind
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About Our Speaker, Milagros Phillips
Working with diverse groups including corporate leaders and members of Congress, I have spent the past 20 years facilitating race literacy programs that inform, transform and lead to inspired action. These programs are presented at educational institutions, corporations, and through public seminars.
My work comes from lived experience and is backed by historical and scientific research. It comes from walking through the shadow to find my light and in the process, helping others find theirs. What I bring to this work is great compassion, a deep understanding of race, and an awareness of our individual and collective power.
In my 20 years facilitating seminars, I found that people often lacked the information with which to transform. Without the systemic and institutional background of race and racism, it is difficult to get beyond the personal. The missing information associated with race keeps us in a loop of endless repetition.
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