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Participants in the Biracial and Multiracial Reflection Group will work to explore, affirm, and heal their spirit by first naming the landscape of their experience. They will also consider how to create healthy relationships alongside White people, People of Color, and those from racially or ethnically marginalized groups who are committed to dismantling structures of systematic domination.
Select a facilitator from the group to choose questions, read them aloud, and keep track of the time. Use the Serial Testimony Protocol (Workshop 3, Leader Resource 3) to discuss as many of the following questions as possible. Note that there are more questions than your group will have time to fully explore. The facilitator should choose questions that will engage and challenge the group. Be sure to save 10 minutes at the end to synthesize your group’s reflections.
Questions About the Program
Questions About Identity
Closing the Exercise
As a group, prepare a list of statements that you want White people and People of Color and those from racially or ethnically marginalized groups to know about your experience and lessons learned so far. Begin your list with these words: What I want White people, People of Color, and those from racially or ethnically marginalized groups to know about my experience here is . . .
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Last updated on Monday, July 23, 2012.
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