“A society grows when people plant trees whose shade they know they shall never sit in.” (Greek Proverb) Every time you go through your
“A society grows when people plant trees whose shade they know they shall never sit in.” (Greek Proverb)
Every time you go through your door at the start or any time of day, you will encounter people from diverse backgrounds. Whether this is on the street, on the bus/train/tram, at work, church, supermarket, gym, etc.
Whether you speak to them or not, can you be mindful and intentional about what vibe you want to give them? In this workshop, as we come to the end of ‘Space In Between’ events we will come together as a community literally and symbolically to prepare the soil and plant our anti-racism seeds. We will take our seeds home to water, nurture and grow alongside the work we need to do to become more anti-racist.
"I visualise interaction with our seeds to encourage them to germinate and when they do, that we will look after them and that they will remind us to be aware, mindful and intentional about the vibe we want to give to those who are different to us every moment of every day" says founder of White Allies, Josephine.
This promises to be a powerful community event that will bring us together to commit to being more anti-racist and to care for those at most risk of racism.
(Sunday) 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM