The Northwest Network of Bisexual, Trans, Lesbian and Gay Survivors of Abuse presents:
A 2-part Relationship Skills Class Mini-Series on Interracial Relationships.
This is a two week course exploring the skills we need to build the interracial relationships we want.
This series offers information and skills for folks who are interested in building stronger interracial relationships in affirming and anti-oppressive ways.
We will focus on the personal work that each of us can do in order to show up for our friends and loved ones of different races. The focus will be on tools and skills that help re-arrange power, and set affirming boundaries and expectations in interracial relationships, so that our needs are met and our racial identities (especially marginalized racial identities) are honored.
This mini-series will certainly bring up a lot of complicated feelings as well as a myriad of experiences, so feel free to ask questions to make sure that this is the class for you.
Topics include: Understanding Oppression, Exploring Values, Practicing Accountability, Staying Connected & So Much More!
Wednesdays, July 5th & 12th 2017 6:00-8:30pm @ The Northwest Network Community Engagement Center: 3818 South Angeline Street, Seattle, WA 98118
This class is open to: Bisexual people & their friends & loved ones. Trans people & their friends & loved ones. Other LGBTQ people and is open to all regardless of relationship status or history
Interpreters are available, if you need an interpreter we would be happy to provide one, just please indicate so on the registration page.
Suggested donation: $90.00 but no one will be turned away for lack of funds
Scholarships & Trades available. For more information, accessibility questions or to register, contact Aimée-Josiane @ 206.568.7777 or firstname.lastname@example.org