Carlin Quinn is the founder and current director of Education For Racial Equity. She is also a coach, facilitator, therapist, equity consultant to organizations, communities, and individuals interested in dismantling systems of oppression and co-creating cultures of equity, mutual liberation and rooted in compassion and non-violence.
In this episode, Eric and Carlin discuss her important work in bringing awareness to and helping others to engage in racial equity work.
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Carlin Quinn and I Discuss Education for Racial Equity and…
- Understanding internalized and unconscious racism
- Moving out of our good/bad binary into curiosity keeps us open to learning
- How our ignorance of systemic racism is incredibly harmful
- The importance of white people tending to their own trauma and also staying present in racial equity work
- Becoming aware of what we are triggered by and asking who we become when triggered
- Her program with Resmaa Menaken, “Foundations in Somatic Abolitionism“
- Defining “bodies of culture” as identified by Resmaa
- The fear and ambivalence in engaging in racial equity work
- Choosing to engage in equity practices in your life, with your children, and with your friends
- The need for educating ourselves both individually and communally
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