You want to live into the journey of becoming anti-racist without the guilt or shame of getting it wrong.. Where do you go from here?

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 Tell me, does this sound familiar?

You want to do something about the injustice all around you, but the fear of saying the wrong thing, or inadvertently causing offense is keeping you paralyzed. 

You’ve read blog posts, googled terminology like ‘centering’, ‘whitesplaining’, and ‘tone policing’, but you know there’s more you could be doing.

You know there are life changes to be made, inner work to be done - but what is it? And where do you begin?

You know you want to do your part to dismantle white supremacy, but you’d love to have a guide on through the journey.

You desire to do this work with integrity and decenter your relationship with whiteness.

You aim to be a co-conspirator and be in conscious community with women of color without causing harm.

You're here because you're ready to center your journey from the perspective of women of color -  women who are dismantling the systems of oppression by leading on the front lines.

You’re ready to take on a journey of transformation that will change you from the inside out, a transformation that will flow out into every aspect of your life and affect real change in the way you engage with the world. I am the guide who can do that.


My name is Myisha T Hill. I teach white women how to live a more intersectional life. In 2018, I got curious about white women's relationship with privilege and wanted to investigate how unchecked privilege causes harm in communities of color. My human-first approach helps white womxn identify the ways their relationship with systems of domination impacts their ability to build conscious community and connection across racial difference.  

I've created Check Your Privilege: Upper Division for you.

CYP: Upper Division is a 6-month group coaching program created to help you go from Overwhelm to Action-Driven Co-Conspirator

During this six-month program we will utilize a head, heart, and hands framework, as we move through four phases of our program.

Phase 1: HEAD

The hardest prison to escape is your mind. We’ll deep-dive into mindset work to prepare for the work ahead, followed by the fundamentals of antiracism and decolonization frameworks.

Phase 2: HEART

Moving from our head, we'll take a closer look at our heart’s desire to change, moving us from saviors to conscious community builders.

Phase 3: HANDS

We’ll prepare to integrate the information we have learned by diving deep into the ways we can take massive action for our communities.


We’ll integrate your experience and transform you from lost to leader by having you mentor peers in our serving  Saturday Skool program. 

What You Can Expect 

  • A group of action-driven co-conspirators for community & collaboration

  • 2 Group Coaching Calls per month 

  •  Weekly content modules

  •  A private message community

  •  Bonus Masterclasses With  Antiracism Coaches

  • Option for discounted 1:1 coaching

  • Bonus discounts on products or services

  • A copy of Check Your Privilege, Lean Into Discomfort, which will be released Fall 2020

Investment $1800


  • What Am I Committing To?

    In 26 weeks, you will go on a co-conspirator's journey exploring reflective practices and interactive assignments. Our online community will offer group support, and inspiration to power you through.

  • When do we meet?

    We meet Wednesdays at 11 am, PT.

  • Do I have to attend all sessions?

    We highly recommend you miss no more than two sessions - but we understand that life happens. You will have access to all course replays. Course replays are available for 48 hours after class. AND our Facebook Community will give you time for group check-ins and practices.

  • What if the payment plan does not work for me?

    Please email for alternative payment options.

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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