Supporting each other as racial beings to learn more about the ways in which racism shows up in daily life individually and systemically, heal from racial trauma, disrupt white body supremacy culture and be more active in our circles of influence. The goal is to embody an intersectional and anti-oppressive lens within ourselves and the world around us. We incorporate different elements of yoga including meditation to help on the journey. Founded by Dr. Nathalie Edmond, a black/haitian american, female, queer, able bodied, neurotypical, middle/upper middle class, licensed clinical psychologist, antiracism consultant and 500 hour trained yoga teacher.
Many of us are scared, confused, overwhelmed, enraged, disconnected, ashamed, and/or sad with what is happening in the world. We are stressed and holding that energy in our bodies regardless of our racial identity.
We need community and opportunities to sort through our feelings and conditioning, cope and heal from stress, and find our voices as racial beings in a way that embodies fierceness and love.
Mariame Kaba says "hope is a discipline".
Antiracism is a practice, a muscle to be developed, if we are interested in collective liberation.
Join Antiracism Revolution membership community today so you can move from surviving to thriving. Don't wait a minute more to join the community where curiosity about ourselves and others as racial beings, skill building, and empowerment is our focus.
We are stronger together.
Content in community will focus on these areas:
Some upcoming workshops:
Summary of membership options:
Here is a video with some information about team memberships plus a tour of the membership community
Different memberships include the following:
Here is sample livestream about books Nathalie has been reading.
Here is a podcast where Dr. Nathalie talks a bit more about what was behind the creation of Antiracism Revolution: https://thegrouppracticeexchange.com/episode-198-antiracism-revolution-with-nathalie-edmond/
Basic membership is great way to enter into the community when you want access to community and don't have the budget or time to attend monthly webinars. You get access to community conversations, yoga class recordings, antiracist parenting webinar, NAACP policy recommendations, and livestream recordings from Nathalie. Quarterly workshops. Discounts on CE events/special workshops.
Basic Plus Webinar membership is those wanting an engaged antiracism community without affinity groups and only the occasional live workshop. Access to yoga class and meditation recordings and variety of monthly workshop recordings such as DEIJ series, race in therapy room, and intro to antiracism. Monthly yoga classes and bi-weekly livestream recordings from Nathalie. Over 20 workshop recordings for the year to watch/listen at your pace. Group practice owners antiracism workshop included. Annual fee.
Standard membership includes basic membership plus monthly live process workshops and/or webinars like DEIJ series. Access recordings if you can't attend live. Opportunity for conversations across races and affinity spaces as well. Choose Standard membership based on White or BIPOC/global majority affinity space. Monthly invitations to practice antiracism in daily life. Pick the standard membership associated with your racial identity as that automatically puts you in an affinity space. A racial affinity space is where people who share a racial identity gather. Allows us to heal or build muscles so we do less harm in cross racial dialogues. Monthly or annual fee.
Lower price for BIPOC identifying individuals as they continue to heal from generations of racial trauma and oppression. When I think of the BIPOC I think of those who have been socialized as a black, indigenous, brown, latinx, asian or others in the global majority who do not pass for white or haven't been socialized as white. The BIPOC affinity space gives opportunity to engage away from the white gaze.
The white affinity space is for those who pass or present or identify as white (i.e. have advantage of people perceiving you as white). White people would be causing harm by choosing BIPOC affinity space.
If you identify as biracial or multiracial I invite you to think about what affinity space most resonates with the way you have been socialized and identify.