Are you ready to stand up for what you believe in?
With a rise of social injustices. With casual racism becoming every day occurrences in the media, workplace, communities and of course, politics, there is a growing desire of incredible human beings, people like you, who want to stop it. Who want to be part of change, but often don’t know where to start.
I know the idea of having difficult conversations about race, with friends, family or even colleagues, can leave you feeling anxious. As a result, you often freeze. Which almost always leads to frustration, helplessness, and definitely inaction. As a result it means you often let casual racism pass by.
I understand how hard this can be.
I understand how it can make you feel guilty or shameful and that makes this work even harder.
I understand the importance of feeling safe enough to be honest to deepen your learning, to share your mistakes and connect with like-minded people.
Wherever you are on your anti-racism journey, if you care about justice and equality for all and how you can be part of change this masterclass is for you.
I invite you to join me and other change-makers at my next live anti-racism masterclass and supper-club
Successful anti-racism work is rooted in the power of communication, connection and bringing people together.
There is nothing like food that brings connection, comfort, and conversation. So a supper club is a perfect backdrop to follow our anti-racism masterclass to deepen learning, step into the power of communication.
You will have already discovered, one of the hardest parts of doing anti-racism work is not just the self-exploration and challenging conversations required, but realising that those closest to you often aren’t yet on the same path, which means this work can feel VERY isolating at times.
- This IS an invitation to you if most of your friends, family, and colleagues are not actively engaged in this work and you constantly end up being the educator.
- It is for you if you often feel lonely in this work
- It is for you if you value community and want to connect with, learn from and widen your network of like-minded people doing anti-racism work.
- It is for you if you want to have uncomfortable conversations with more ease. Plus more tangible knowledge to broach the subject with friends, family, partners, colleagues, and more tools to better support and show up for your friends and peers of colour.
- It is for you if you know that a powerful journey lies ahead AND IT IS ABSOLUTELY for you if you realise YOU are part of the powerful majority and have the courage to start leading change.
The low down?
Anti-Racism Masterclass hosted by multi-award-winning diversity campaigner, inspirational speaker and media expert for BBC and Sky News: Nova Reid
Through guided and shared learning , we will uncover hidden racism and many of its guises, how it plays out in you, in the workplace, in your family and social circles. We will take a look at white privilege is and how it plays out in your life and prompts to deepen you anti-racism learning.
Learning outcomes: You will have a deeper understanding of the difference between systemic racism and racism. You will have new insight into some of the hidden ways of how you and people in your life regularly enable casual racism and how to stop it. You will have knowledge of language and tools to help you start to faciliate difficult conversations about hidden racism with friends, family and co-workers. You will leave with deeper understanding on how to remain self-aware and reflect while looking after your well-being to avoid advocacy burnout.
Refreshments throughout the masterclass.
3-course-dinner of locally sourced, organic British cuisine (with global influence) to suit any dietary requirements in our own private dining room
2 glasses of wine, or non-alcoholic alternative. (Additional drinks and alcohol are not included)
Networking and informal Q&A over dinner
- The opportunity to apply for complimentary membership at one of the only private members clubs dedicated to social change.
- When: September 2020 – Date TBC
- Where: Kindred, Hammersmith
- Start time: 2:30 arrivals, 3pm start
- End time: 9:00pm – We finish following a chance to decompress from the afternoon, with a relaxed Q&A and networking over a delicious 3-course meal.
This event is intentionally capped at just 25 spaces to be able to offer the most value, bespoke learning opportunities, and intimacy to those who have the courage to lead by example. You already know if one of those spaces is for you and if so, I look forward to seeing you there.
Ready to feel empowered and take a courageous step forward to do some of the most important work you will ever do?
Ready to turn your inaction into action and be part of leading change?REGISTER MY INTEREST FOR SEPTEMBER 2020
Booking Terms -Please read
You have a 7-day cooling off period from the date payment is received. After which, all sales are final and no refunds can be given after this period. Should you be unable to attend for any reason whatsoever the fee is non-refundable. However, you can arrange to transfer your place to another attendee should you find an alternative guest to take your place or transfer your place onto a future event or online course.
If you would like to pay in pre-agreed instalments or enquire about in-person training and workshops please contact email@example.com
More about your host
Nova Reid is an advocate for equality and was recently nominated as a Positive Role Model for race equality at the National Diversity Awards for the third year running.
She is a certified NLP Life Coach, with an extensive professional background in mental well-being and is a frequent mentor at the Women of the World Festival London. She is regularly invited to provide frequent expert media commentary for BBC and Sky News on race and diversity matters.
Often described as inspirational, former professional actress Nova enjoys empowering others to be individual change-makers. She is a popular inspirational speaker providing keynote and training sessions to businesses including change.org. She is also Director of multi-award-winning wedding blog and London show; Nu Bride and is a pioneer for encouraging diversity in media.
Using her 10 year professional background in mental health, with humility and humour she focuses on mindset and culture change and frequently educates on equality matters. She has taught over 300 people through masterclasses in the past 18 months. With her unique and honest approach to diversity and race equality, by encouraging change from the inside-out, she is often contacted by many well-known brands to offer consultancy, training, produce campaigns and events, with inclusive diversity at the core.