SHEtalks WEtalk 2017 RaceTalks for Women Tour 
Courageous Conversations About Race Between Women Coming To A City Near You! 
 What is SHE talks - WE talks(™) 
A powerful and transformational moment when women come together for 2 days to talk productively about race and racism so they can create PROGRESS instead of PAIN during difficult conversations about racism. It's a A weekend workshop where you learn how to be a strong and effective Ally and Accomplice for women/people of color. 

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This is considered Diversity & Inclusion Professional Development Training 

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 SHE talks - WE talks(™) 
During this two-day WORKSHOP you will take a deep, honest and truthful dive in the the issues of race, racism, whiteness, white supremacy and Intersectionality. This is not a sit and take notes retreat. You will be actively engaged for two days requiring you stretch way outside of your comfort zone and examine your own beliefs, thoughts and behaviors that perpetuate racism. 

+ Learn...

  • How to break free from the GOOD/BAD BINARY that often keeps people afraid to discuss racism. 
  • How begin uprooting your own racism by examining your implicit racial biases. 
  • How to effectively engage with women of color to avoid racial offense. 
  • How you might be offending women of color and not know it. 
  • How to embody an Intersectional way of engaging with other women. 
  • What women of color want and need from white women. 
  • How to be a strong and effective Ally and Accomplice for women of color. 
  • How NOT to become paralyzed by white guilt, white silence, white tears and white privilege. 
  • How to create intentional inclusion in your groups, companies, organizations, clubs and spaces. 

+ get access to a valuable literary and media resource list to continue your anti-racism journey. 

This workshop will include diverse modes of learning such as presentation, small and large group activities, video, and experiential exercises. 
August - Seattle, WA 
Saturday August 26: - 9:00 -  3:00 PM
Sunday August 27: - 9:00 - 3:00 PM  
Location: Epicodus Vocational School  | 1201 3rd Ave, Suite 1600, Seattle, WA 98101

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SEATING IS LIMITED TO 35 PARTICIPANTS
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*LUNCH ON YOUR OWN* 

RETREAT FEE: $250.00 - Paperback Book Included 
* ALL TICKET SALES ARE NON-REFUNDABLE & NON-TRANSFERABLE *

Pre-Workshop Requirement 

ALL participants must read Antagonists, Advocates and Allies: The White Woman's Guide for Becoming Allies with Black Women
*After you register a copy of the book will be shipped to you* 
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*All registrations are non-refundable and non-transferable. Your payment is secure and your information will be kept confidential. Workshop details will be sent to you via email upon confirmation. Your book will be shipped out within 7-10 business days to the address you provide during check out.*
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​SEPTEMBER - Chicago, IL [Oak Park]   

Saturday September 23: 9:00 - 3:00 PM 
Sunday September 24: 9:00 - 3:00 PM 
Location: Scoville Square| 805 SOUTH BOULEVARD, OAK PARK, IL 60302

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SEATING IS LIMITED TO 35 PARTICIPANTS
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SHEtalks WEtalk 2017 Tour Schedule 
UPCOMING CITIES ON THE TOUR

Boston, MA  -- Sacramento, CA
New York, NY -- Philadelphia, PA
Denver, CO -- Atlanta, GA 
Participating in the SheTalks WeTalk workshop was a powerful and transformative experience for me, something that reading a thousand books can't accomplish. Catrice's leadership style is bold, fierce, organic and compassionate. What stood out for me the most at the workshop were situations when our weapons of Whiteness unintentionally came out, and Catrice helped us see right then and there how those guns are loaded and ready to fire anytime. The urgency of Catrice's message is very clear: It is high time for White women to take those bullets out of their guns and do their work to become allies to people of color and dismantle racism. I highly recommend participating in Catrice's workshop - you will be transformed and on your way to reclaim your own humanity!" -- Conny Wagner, Portland, Oregon
"SHETalks WETalk Workshop was a powerful and indispensable beginning point for me. I have spent my whole life thinking I was a helpful friend to women of color, not realizing the full gravity of history and the denial of white women being so powerful and damaging. Sitting on the fence with all my weapons loaded, unaware I even had weapons... I am grateful to you for telling the entire, raw truth without pulling any punches. -I am rallying my white women friends and sounding the alarm - it is our responsibility to get out of the way and LISTEN to women of color. Your teaching is vital. All white women must sit down and learn. With gratitude and love." -- Rebecca Delaney, Beaverton OR
SHEtalks WEtalk Portland and Minneapolis Was a SUCCESS!
Upcoming SHEtalks WEtalk Workshops
"Move over TED, because this work requires a lot more than 15 minutes and a PowerPoint. Challenging, uncomfortable truths are the tools Catrice brings to this workshop. White ladies, if we really want to change the world, first we must change ourselves, change the way we see everything and everyone around us and change our fundamental relationships with people of color, inside and out. This is the real work. And the time is now. Thank you Catrice for holding me responsible for learning and living my own humanity." -- Kymberli Colbourne

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​SEPTEMBER  - Washington D.C.  
Saturday September 16: - 9:00 -  3:00 PM
Sunday September 17  - 9:00 - 3:00 PM  
Location: The Kampton Rouge Hotel  | 1315 16th Street NW 
Washington, DC 20036

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SEATING IS LIMITED TO 50 PARTICIPANTS
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*All registrations are non-refundable and non-transferable. Your payment is secure and your information will be kept confidential. Workshop details will be sent to you via email upon confirmation. Your book will be shipped out within 7-10 business days to the address you provide during check out.*
*All registrations are non-refundable and non-transferable. Your payment is secure and your information will be kept confidential. Workshop details will be sent to you via email upon confirmation. Your book will be shipped out within 7-10 business days to the address you provide during check out.*
 3 Ways to Pay for this Workshop 


1. ASK YOUR EMPLOYER TO COVER THE COST OF THIS WORKSHOP
This is considered Diversity & Inclusion Professional Development Training and many employers will cover your expense. Payments can be made via company check or credit card.  

2. SECURE YOUR SPOT BY MAKING 3 PAYMENTS
You can secure your seat by making 3 payments every two weeks. This payment option includes an additional $50 installment fee. Your total cost for the workshop will be $300. Click on the drop down menu below, select your city of choice and click SUBSCRIBE. This will initiate the $100 automatic payment every two weeks for 3 cycles. 






3. PAY IN FULL FOR THE WORKSHOP
Click on the REGISTER NOW button and submit payment for $250.00 to pay in full. Please note that all registrations are non-refundable. 

4. MAKE A DONATION SO ANOTHER WOMAN CAN ATTEND: The workshop fee per person is $250.00. Feel free to contribute any amount you choose to help support another woman to attend this critical and transformational workshop. 
3 Payment Plan - 3 $100 Payments Every 2 Weeks
​October - Milwaukee, WI   
Saturday October 14: - 10:00 -  4:00 PM
Sunday October 15: - 10:00 - 4:00 PM  
Location: Diverse & Resilient 
2439 N Holton Street, Milwaukee, WI 53212 

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SEATING IS LIMITED TO 35 PARTICIPANTS
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*All registrations are non-refundable and non-transferable. Your payment is secure and your information will be kept confidential. Workshop details will be sent to you via email upon confirmation. Your book will be shipped out within 7-10 business days to the address you provide during check out.*
"This workshop is a gift you give yourself and women of color. It is worth every penny and then some. No matter the amount of training or activism you've done or for how long, you need this. You’ll discover whether you are okay with being complacent and comfortable with white supremacy or whether you are the kind of woman who will join the revolution to dismantle it, starting with yourself." --Meghan Casey, Minneapolis, MN
Upcoming SHEtalks WEtalk Workshops
"My whole life I’ve been caught up in the binary of good vs. bad. I've always focused on how I can be a “good person" because if I am “good” then I cannot be a racist, racists are “bad people." Before reading Catrice’s book and before this workshop I was never really challenged to look internally, at least not for too long. I had no idea how I was hurting people of color, especially women of color, with my white “goodness.” This workshop educated me and gave me a clear understanding how violent I am through my white weapons: silence, centering, entitlement, white tears and more. The biggest challenge now for me is to stick to the internal work. I so want to focus instead on the "busy work," the marches, the petitions, the postcards - - it feels so much better to be busy then to sit still and look within. But I know that I have a lot of internal work to do and will always have a lot of internal work to do because I am a white woman. I strongly encourage you to get out of your own personal binary of “good & bad” and take this workshop. It will challenge and educate you more then any book or article you could read, and it will liberate you in way you could not even begin to fully understand prior to experiencing it." -- Sarah Morreim
​October - Omaha, NE   
Saturday October 21: - 9:00 -  3:00 PM
Sunday October 22: - 9:00 - 3:00 PM  
Location: Metropolitan Community Church
819 S 22nd St, Omaha, NE  WI 68108 

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SEATING IS LIMITED TO 35 PARTICIPANTS
REGISTER NOW -- This workshop is $275 because lunch is included.