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Five Frogs, the organization building a powerful movement of diverse, representative leaders working together for an equitable Connecticut, invites BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) leaders to participate in a five-part series designed to support a cross-sector cohort in diving deeper into their personal liberation work while exploring how their experiences intersect with theories of identity, power, intersectionality, structural racism and oppression, and shame resilience.
Through facilitated conversations, resources, and self-directed activities Five Frogs will build internal capacity for rest, self-care, and creative problem solving for those who find themselves working to disrupt cycles of harm while growing the conditions needed for a more equitable and just world. In between sessions, participants will complete guided practice assignments.
*Oct 6 @ 9-10am
*Oct 13 @ 9-11am
*Oct 27 @ 9-11am
*Nov 10 @ 9-11am
*Nov 17 @ 9-11am
Participants must be able to commit to the five dates.
Applications are due by September 20. Notification of participation will be sent by September 27. Registration fee ($395) is due by October 4. Learn more & share with your networks!