Dismantling White Supremacy - QNA

Dismantling White Supremacy -


Average length
45 min
Interactive tasks
30 min

Session Overview

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When white folks wade deep enough into the murky depths of DEI work, we inevitability encounter a moment that invites profound self-reflection. What does it mean to be white? Could it be that I harbor racist thoughts? How do I stay committed to this work when it is so much easier to focus on something else?

Through storytelling and dialogue, Emily invites participants into the kind of brave, reflective and humbling place which is essential for cultural change within organizations. This is a race-explicit conversation that will be lead by a white facilitator who has spent the last decade grappling with the white experience in DEI. This space is open to anyone eager, interested or, at a minimum, willing to engage with deep truths.

Your speaker

Emily Braucher

Based on her experiences living and working in over 30 countries, obtaining two Masters’ degrees related to culture and communication, and working in highly-charged professional DEI spaces in the United States, Emily identified the three barriers to trust-building across differences: ego, culture, and power. With her skills in vulnerable storytelling, brain-based behavior change, and compassionate action, she has spent the last decade guiding clients to build the empathy, understanding, and strategy required for dynamic organizational change.

Focusing on

  • Belonging

  • Cultural Humility

  • Communication

Emily Braucher

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