Resilience Against Racism: Reframe and empower
AboutThe impact of challenging emotions may linger long after a racism incident. This workshop supports you to develop the skills to make sense of your incident and the ability to shift any challenging thoughts and direct them positively to create change. This may include negative self-talk after adversity and regain optimism in life.
Who are suitable for this workshop:
• people who have experienced racism
• direct witnesses to racism
• indirect witness to racism (e.g. hear incidents through friends or media)
Clayton Community Centre, Library Meeting Room
9-15 Cooke Street, Clayton VIC 3168