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1 hour and 30 minutes
Up to 50 people
2 day lead time
What you'll do
Learn how to fight racism with love.
So many of us appreciate the message Dr. Martin Luther King Jr brought to America but it turns out it's really hard to practice love to fight bigotry. Love is all about developing a spiritual discipline against the politics of resentment. It requires a zen like way of being and a whole lot of practice to be effective. Not everyone is up to this challenge.
This 90-minute sprint will give you the foundational exercises that you'll need to be able to practice love in the face of prejudice and bigotry. It will be chock full of stories and cognitive games you can take home with you to implement; and it will use pop culture to show you how the wisdom of Dr. King's message can be found even in today's trying times.
What to bring
A pen and paper for note-taking and practices.
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Meet your host, Chloé Valdary.
After a year as a Bartley Fellow at The Wall Street Journal, Chloé Valdary developed the Theory of Enchantment (ToE), an innovative framework for compassionate anti-racism that combines social-emotional learning (SEL), character development, and interpersonal growth as tools for leadership development in the boardroom and beyond. Her work has been covered in Atlantic Magazine, and her writings have appeared in the New York Times and The Wall Street Journal. She’s lectured in universities across America, including Harvard and Georgetown. She continues her work with Theory of Enchantment to bring compassion to diversity inclusion training and fight bigotry with love.Learn more about Chloé Valdary