Internalized Sexism & White Privilege:
A Workshop for White Women

Update: This workshop is now Sold Out and will be offered virtually.

Date: July 9-10, 2020
Schedule:

8:40am - Check-in 

9:00am-12:00pm - Workshop

Description:

As we work in multicultural partnerships, it is beneficial to examine the unique dynamics of our socialization around gender and race. While white women face experiences of gender oppression, we also benefit from white privilege. In what ways do these two phenomena work together to create misunderstandings, missed collaborations, and acts of supremacy?

In this workshop we use a model to examine how our identities develop as we grow in our understanding of personal and institutional oppression. Given the virtual platform, we will still use highly interactive methods including reflective writing, video clips, small group conversations, and storytelling, in order to take a deeper look into learned patterns of behavior.

Recognizing these patterns helps us name and practice strategies to better collaborate in multicultural settings. During our time together we will co-create a community where our spirits are renewed and our commitment to social justice is strengthened.​

Participants will…

  • Analyze the complex intersection of internalized sexism and white privilege and how this plays out in our lives

  • Learn and apply a model of white women’s anti-racist identity development

  • Share strategies to heal ourselves and counter racist and sexist socialization in order to improve our cross-cultural relationships and better advocate for systems of change

Facilitators:

Ilsa Govan, M.A. & Tilman Smith

Clock Hours & CEUs:
This workshop has been approved for the following:

  • 12 CEUs by the Washington State Chapter, National Association of Social Workers (NASW) for Licensed Social Workers, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapists and Licensed Mental Health Counselors. Our Provider number is #1975-369

  • 12 Clock Hours available for Washington State Certificated Teachers. 

Virtual Pricing Information:


Generous Scholarship: $350.00
This ticket price reflects the previous in-person registration fee and is intended for those who are able to help support other women who might only be able to participate using a registration scholarship.

Organization Sponsorship: $300.00
These tickets are intended for participants whose workplaces can provide registration for your behalf.

Cross-Class Solidarity Tickets: $250.00
Middle and upper-middle class participants are invited to purchase tickets at this level as an act of cross-class solidarity and to enable more cash-poor, working-class and students to attend the workshop. Struggling together, as white women, across class is crucial to the success of our endeavor.

Break Even: $150.00
These tickets are 'at cost' and enable us to cover the expenses related to offering this workshop virtually.

Low Income/Student Tickets: $50.00
These tickets are reserved for cash-poor, working-class and student participants.

Limited Scholarships:
To learn more about scholarship options, please contact our Workshop Registration Manager, Mercedes Robinson.

Note: No refunds will be given for any reason 7 days prior to the workshop date, although you are welcome to gift your registration "seat" to a colleague or friend.

In order to accommodate as many people as possible in our workshops,
we limit group registration to 4 per organization.

 

If you would like to inquire about a private training for your organization,
please complete the Contact Us form and we will be in touch as soon as possible. 

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