Madison Wisconsin Institute for the Healing of Racism, Inc.
Non Profit-Tax Exempt 501(c)(3), Non-Religious, Non-Partisan
Catering to General Public Regardless of Nationality, Race, Ethnicity, Sexual Orientation or Gender Identity/Expression
Minimum Age for Participation – 16 years
COMBATING RACIAL CONDITIONING WITH KNOWLEDGE, LOVE, COMPASSION, FEARLESSNESS, INTERVENTION and ACTION
NOTE: This new series addresses Action/Resistance with new interesting documents and video bytes on eight different subjects.
Classes/lectures 9 and 10 do not follow the usual format but concentrate on the topics ‘Ally,’ ‘Action,’ ‘Fear,’ and ‘Let’s Get Real’.
After every third class there is a special Saturday session from 11am to 4pm. Subjects to be announced. Attendance is voluntary but strongly suggested. These workshops are open to the general public but please contact Richard Davis at 608-255-6666 before attending. The dates of the special Saturdays are as follows: February 1, February 22, March 15.
Join the ten week lectures.
Next session starts THURSDAY January 16 and runs weekly through March 20 2014
Place: 902 West Shore Drive. Time: 6-8 p.m.
Registration Fee $20. Please mail with your registration form to:
902 West Shore Drive
Madison, WI 53715
Offering Credit to Teachers (Professional Development)
Please commit to attend each week! A ten week commitment is preferable for full impact!
For orientation, reading is essential. Books listed below are strongly recommended.
IN ORDER OF IMPORTANCE
- Uprooting Racism, Work for Racial Justice by Paul Kivel
- White Like Me by Tim Wise
- Racial Healing by Nathan Rutstein / Reggie Newkirk (for format)
Books are available at:
A Room of One’s Own
307 W. Johnson 608-257-7888
426 W. Gilman St 608-257-6050
Training sessions available to public and private enterprises.
FEEDBACK FROM A PARTICIPANT
“I only hope that I can somehow change who I am in my remaining lifetime and pass on to my children what little I now know so they do not have to wait 46 years to finally learn the meaning of racism.”
Police Captain Dale G. Burke, University of Wisconsin Police
The Madison Wisconsin Institute for Healing of Racism, Inc. is a non-profit organization committed to providing education to help heal and eradicate racism in individuals, communities and institutions.Tax deductible contributions to defray expenses are appreciated.
Register with Richard Davis at 608-255-6666
Or email at firstname.lastname@example.org