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Embodied Anti-racism in Daily Life

Coral Short

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13:00 - 14:30

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This workshop is for people who are white bodied. We will focus on concrete methods for embodying anti-racism in our daily lives. Tapping into the knowledge we already know in our nervous systems, we’ll move collectively toward healing as future ancestors. As white people it’s our responsibility to keep unlearning racist patterns to better support ourselves and our BIPOC friends and lovers. Collective somatic liberation for all begins with small actions, internally and externally.

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Coral Short

Coral Short is a white settlers living in the unceded gathering place of the Kanien'kehá:ka, Anishinabe, and Haudenosaunee - the island called Tiohtià:ke in Turtle Island, colonially known as Montréal, Québec, Canada. Coral has Irish heritage as well as Welsh, Roma, German and Scottish. They are actively unlearning their racism by attending workshops, organizing anti-racist book groups, and engaging in anti-racist activism, learnings and teachings. They currently works as an artist and a professional gardener. They are in teacher training with True North Insight and Somatic Experiencing.

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