An Accountability & Coaching Place for White Women Doing the Work – it’s needed. I know it’s needed because I’ve been needing it, seeking it, and thankfully finding it in random corners here and there.
Are you in a place where you can you acknowledge that, yep, you’ve been doing the work for a minute now? You’ve had many shocking moments of awareness (and then realized how embarrassing it felt to be shocked). You’ve soaked up knowledge. You’ve engaged in countless conversations with white friends and friends of color about racism, whiteness, the systems that you perpetuate and are trying to dismantle, the historical context of racism and so much more. Not only do you know, but you’ve experienced the truth behind the saying, “The more you know, the less you know.”
From awareness to analysis, to action and accountability, you keep moving through it all, sometimes slowly, sometimes with a bolt of lightning. You feel a desire for justice in your bones. You come to the work with humility. You are open to being challenged. And maybe, perhaps, you’ve noticed a lack of accountability in your life.
If you are shaking your head yes, please join us in the Accountability Place! It’s a three-month membership with limited spaces available.
Quick note: the first coach I hired was a real estate coach. After a number of years working with him, I found a life coach that saw more of me than my business. I’ve hired a writing coach, I’ve talked to parenting coaches, and hired personal trainers. I invest in my growth so it should come as no surprise that four years into my personal racial justice journey I sought out a Racial Justice Coach, and hired Ananda Mirilli. Wherever you are, there is someone that can help you get to where you want to go. I am so excited to be able to share the brilliance, expertise, and power of my Coach with you. Not only do you get to work with her directly, but you will be accessing her through me as well. It’s what we value: learner/teacher/learner/teacher. We model that for you to encourage you to do that in your life.
In this three month program, you will learn about accountability with a justice lens and practice in the acts of being held accountable. You will also:
– Practice holding each other accountable
– Share resources, ask for help, help others
– Make connections, support one another in the work
– Celebrate the triumphs and hold space for the struggles
We will do this in a private facebook group that is closed to members only and through this group we will have weekly discussions and a monthly group coaching call with Ananda Mirilli zia Zoom.
All applicants will go through an application/assessment process because this is space for women who have been doing the work at a deep level.
The space opens July 1st and participants can join as late as July 6th. Doors close on July 6th. Cost: $333 for three months. Click here to schedule a discovery call/start the application process.
*Ananda Mirilli is a Racial Justice Coach who has a gift of supporting white women on their racial justice journey, among many other things! She brings extensive knowledge, education, experience, and a ridiculously beautiful heart to the work with her clients. Click here to read more about Ananda.
Why an Affinity/Caucus Group?
There are a number of reasons and we will discuss this as we begin the program but for now: “White people and people of color each have work to do separately and together. Caucuses provide spaces for people to work within their own racial/ethnic groups. For white people, a caucus provides time and space to work explicitly and intentionally on understanding white culture and white privilege, and to increase one’s critical analysis around these concepts. A white caucus also puts the onus on white people to teach each other about these ideas, rather than relying on people of color to teach them (as often occurs in integrated spaces). For people of color, a caucus is a place to work with their peers on their experiences of internalized racism, for healing and to work on liberation.” Source: Racial Equity Tools