Six Seconds, The Emotional Intelligence Network
Looking for strategies on starting the work on how to be anti racist? In the urgency of this moment, Six Seconds brings together a range of experts and leaders in Diversity, Equity, Inclusion to have honest and emotional conversations to help with starting the work on how to be anti racist.
It’s hard work, emotional labor, heart work. But it is work we all must do. For too long we have not had the painful conversations about race. In this video meet experts for strategies going beyond “supporting my Black friend” and inviting all of us to do the work to move towards equity.
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Racism and emotions was the topic of multiple discussions on the Six Seconds Emotional Intelligence Network’s livestream from June through October of 2020. With the generous permission of the speakers, we’ve aggregated the learning, created this youtube movie and tied them into a companion learning guide (see https://6sec.org/invitation)
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=== LEARNING GUIDE ===
The learning guide available with this video (via https://6sec.org/invitation) is intended to support professional educators and facilitators in holding a structured conversation about the film so participants can:
:: Become more aware of how racism affects people of all races.
:: Increase ability to articulate feelings around race and racism.
:: Engage with the meaning of “allyship” and how we can take individual and collective responsibility for deconstructing racism.
:: Identify and commit to steps for action
Caution: Some people may find this material challenges their assumptions and beliefs. Please use these materials only if you have sufficient training and experience to effectively facilitate a learning experience that may become emotionally charged. If you would like to receive training before using these materials, or to have a trained facilitator work with you, contact any of the speakers for advice, or the publisher at https://www.6seconds.org/contact
=== EDITOR === Emma Freedman
=== SPEAKERS ===
Kamilah Drummond-Forrester, MRC, CAGS Director, Open Circle, https://www.open-circle.org Seeking Educational Equity and Diversity Leader, National SEED Project Wellesley Centers for Women, https://www.wcwonline.org
Lorea Martinez, PhD HEART in Mind Consulting Adjunct at Columbia Teachers College SEL Consultant at Six Seconds Author of The EQ Educator https://loreamartinez.com
Dimitri A Christakis MD, MPH Editor in Chief, JAMA Pediatrics George Adkins Professor, University of Washington Director, Center for Child Health, Behavior & Development at Seattle Children’s Research Institute
Princess Ayers-Stewart Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, REI President and Chief Consultant, Ayers-Stewart Group https://ayers-stewartgroup.com
Michael Eatman Founder of Culture7coaching http://culture7.co
Rev. Charity Goodwin Clayton Site Pastor, The Gathering UMC CEO, Speaking Life Leadership Empowerment Coaching https://www.charitygoodwin.com
Karen T. Craddock PhD Applied Psychologist | Coach | Author Tribal Community Member in Residence, Brown University Wellesley Centers for Women, Wellesley College Co-Founder, The Wellness Collaborative Inc. https://thewellnesscollaborative.org
Susan Charles, Ed.D. Board of Directors, Six Seconds https://www.6seconds.org
Amber Coleman-Mortley Director of Social Engagement, iCivics https://www.MomOfAllCapes.com @MomOfAllCapes
Kali Stewart Educator; MA Candidate at Columbia University Insta: @kalisklassroom
Steve Proudman Senior Consultant with White Men as Full Diversity Partners https://WMFDP.com
Timothy K. Eatman, Ph.D Inaugural Dean of the Honors Living-Learning Community, and Professor of Urban Education at Rutgers University-Newark https://timothykeatman.com
Anabel L Jensen, Ph.D. President & Cofounder, Six Seconds https://www.6seconds.org
Joshua Freedman, MCC CEO & Cofounder, Six Seconds https://www.6seconds.org