Racism is deeply embedded in our psyches and arises in the way we
relate to others in our personal lives, professions, and community groups.
Through educational and experiential engagement in small and large groups, we will create space to discuss and process the divide of racism and confront its damaging possibilities.
Group facilitators will encourage participants’ bravery and risk-taking as they interact from their own personal narratives in U.S. racialized history.
Marcée M. Turner, PhD., Marcia Warren Edelman, LPCC, and Phillip Horner, LCSW, CGP, bring a collaborative and dedicated focus to working with racism, identity, and diversity by supporting groups and individuals to discover and change the narrative around racism, and to make new choices towards meaningful communication and appreciation across difference.