LET'S BE CO-CONSPIRATORS
WHERE SHOULD WE START?
Just starting and a little overwhelmed? Curious about what being about what being a co-conspirators about? Let’s walk through it together!
I am on my co-conspirators journey and I am seeking community, accountability, and ongoing learning
I am seeking a deeper commitment, smaller more contained community, mini coaching sessions, and peer mentorship.
I am on this journey have questions I need answered in a group processing container.
Check Your Privilege is a guided journey that deepens your awareness to how your actions effect the mental health of Black, Brown, Indigenous, People of Color ( BBIPoC).
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The White Saviorism Myth perpetuates
the belief that BIPOC needs rescuing.
A week-long anti-racism series for co-conspirators
ready to go deeper on their anti-racism journey.
Ask personal questions related to your
anti-racism journey and I will answer them.
Back To School: Talking To Kids About Race
Friday, August 7, 2020 from 2:00-5:00pm PDT
Check Your Privilege Online Workshop with Myisha T
This workshop is an opportunity for your to:
- Normalize the conversation about race with your children
- Reflect on your silence being a barrier to restorative action for the next generation
- Practice challenging conversations to have with your kids about race
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ABOUT MYISHA T.
Myisha T is a mental health activist, speaker, and entrepreneur passionate about the mental wellness and the empowerment for women.
In 2018, Myisha became curious about white women and privilege after ending a relationship with a co-worker that negatively impacted her mental health. This led her to identify her own internalized oppression and racism. Not interested in throw-away culture, she decided to seek out safe ways that white folks are showing up for BIWoC.
During Minority Mental Health Awareness Month, Myisha began her Check Your Privilege interview series inquiring into the work some white women are doing to show up safely for BIPoC and move beyond passive ally-ship to action driven co-conspirators.
Myisha works with organizations and community groups taking white people on a self-reflective journey exploring their relationship with power, privilege, and racism.
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