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A Messy Conversation for White Women (Dames and Friends)
Are you feeling frozen or just a little bit stuck when it comes to doing better as a white woman? Like you want to but you just don’t know where to start? Or maybe you are doing the work but it doesn’t feel like it’s enough. It’s uncomfortable isn’t it? Let’s talk about it.
Join me for an interactive conversation led by Sara Alvarado (via zoom) in hopes of helping you move forward, in action, with accountability.

Because enough is enough.

On this special 90-minute Zoom event, we are bringing you:
*Tips to incorporate racial justice practices into your life more regularly.
*Understand what stops us from doing the work and how to name and reframe shame and guilt.
*Learn ways to engage in effective conversations for change, especially when it gets tough.
* Ways to move from awareness to action.

About Sara Alvarado:

Sara Alvarado is a speaker, writer, and facilitator specializing in race relations, racial justice, and real estate. Sara works to help folks who identify as white build the skills necessary to have messy conversations about race, privilege and identity in order to do and be better.

Sara is a co-founder of Step Up: Equity Matters, a Madison-based community organization committed to creating change around inequities in the workplace and community. She built her personal real estate business into a successful brokerage with her husband, Carlos, who now leads the company. They also lead a thriving bilingual and bicultural family and are deeply engaged in the Madison community.

Sara is listed as a founder of both Nuestro Mundo Community School and Badger Rock Middle School, where she also served as a board member. She served on the boards of Sustain Dane as well as the local Realtor Association. Sara has been recognized in InBusiness Magazine’s 40 under 40 list (2013) and Madison Magazine’s M List (2015).

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