“Come Meet A Black Person” Anti-Racism Virtual Series

Sunday 11th December

Racism is at the forefront of all conversations today in this country. America was built upon racism and is a part of all systems and structures. In order to eliminate racism, white America must solve this problem. The Black community is critical in giving whites and other non-Blacks the real history and the Black experience.


The first step is to acknowledge white privilege. To do that, we invite you to join us and take the “White Privilege Test” during “Come Meet A Black Person” networking event where non-Blacks interact genuinely with a group of diverse Black people. “Come Meet A Black Person” is an open forum for human beings to start better relationships with each other across our cultural and racial differences.

“Come Meet A Black Person” is open to all races and cultures and includes guest speakers, interactive questionnaires, open conversations and an awesome group of participants. We will interact in #RacismTalkRooms and #BlackExperienceRooms as we do our part in eradicating racism in America.

Once you register for a ticket to the event here, the Zoom join information will be on the ticket. Here is the Zoom registration link – https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0qdOChqDIuG9yPq32a3uoXh_CxQ__Ynxs3

Monthly Topics:

11/13/2022 – Anti-Blackness in the African, Asian, Black, Latino, Native American and South Asian. Anti-Blackness is a global issue. Of course, anti-Blackness is the foundation of America and the white supremacy world. But anti-Blackness and anti-African-American is also an epidemic in non-African-American communities as many of those with whiter/lighter skin tone fight hard to be accepted by the white race, and to not be below African-Americans/Blacks in the global caste system. Let’s talk!

We will also take the White Privilege Test for all races, ethnicities, and offer the White Ally Took Kit ($20).

12/11/2022 – Recognizing Racism and Bias in Yourself and Others. Fighting racism starts by looking in the mirror and seeing our true selves and how we interact with other races. Next, we must recognize racism and microaggressions and have the tools to address it immediately and sharing anti-racism knowledge.

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