In a virtual series of three offerings of 90 minutes each, Amy Burtaine will touch on:
The Series will cover the following:
All sessions will be built so that there is time for breakout rooms, interaction, and discussion.
Amy Burtaine is an equity trainer with over 20 years of experience leading training, workshops and facilitated dialogues on equity, inclusion and social justice. She works with trainers, organizers and community and institutional leaders across the U.S. to educate, activate, and promote change. As a white person in racial equity work, Amy is committed to exploring whiteness and the ways that racial divisions have kept whites from organizing for racial justice and engaging in the work of collective liberation. Amy is trained in the work of the Theatre of the Oppressed and uses interactive engagement techniques when facilitating with groups. She trained with the Racial Equity Institute, out of Greensboro, NC and has an equity consulting practice in the Pacific Northwest. Amy co-authored a handbook on leading white affinity spaces with Robin DiAngelo that came out in August 2022 with Beacon Press.
Cost: Suggested donation $10 per session, $30 for series.
All MONIES COLLECTED WILL BE DONATED to the AFRICAN AMERICAN HERITAGE MUSEUM IN BARDSTOWN, KY.
Please do not let monies hinder participation. If you have financial concerns and would like to attend, please reach out to 502-348-1597 or 502-348-1513 for a discount code.
This SERIES is brought to you by the Hilton Foundation through the Leadership of Catholic Women Religious.