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Beyond Cancel Culture: Navigating Difficult Conversations (FREE)
July 30 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Cancel culture: withdrawing support for (canceling) public figures and companies after they have done or said something considered objectionable or offensive. In other cases attempting to prevent individuals from working with said individual or company
> What is the different between cancel and callout culture?
> If I don’t vocalize the canceling of someone, am I complicit?
> Can someone who has been cancelled change?
> What is the purpose of canceling someone or calling them out?
> Can someone change after being cancelled?
About this Event
Are you afraid of being “cancelled?” How do we challenge, support, and teach individuals before canceling them? How do we know when it’s time to cancel someone, if at all?
Beyond Cancel Out Culture will explore these current systemic social practices and behaviors on both an individual and group level. The event will include an interactive lecture meant to challenge our perceptions of how we define consent in our relationships and how this impacts our accountability. Throughout this conversation, we will examine the different ways we can establish consensual boundaries. This will include:
Reestablishing a baseline of definitions
Examining the problems with our current culture
Identifying the best steps to move forward in a productive and harm-reduction model
We will provide clear tools to help you challenge yourself and others. We will also teach you how to navigate call out culture without losing your sanity, your community, or your mental health.
Let’s go beyond the basic understanding of consent. Beyond resorting to a system of justice as opposed to harm reduction. Beyond last resorts.
Let’s create a culture of communication.
Costs and Associated Fees / Donations
We want this talk to be accessible to all individuals. Donations are optional and 100% of ticket sales and any additional donations will be given to The Equal Justice Initiative. Feel free to make that donation on your own here: https://support.eji.org/give/153413/#!/donation/checkout
EJI is committed to ending mass incarceration and excessive punishment in the U.S., challenging racial and economic injustice, and protecting basic human rights for the most vulnerable people in American society.
About Beyond the Bare Minimum:
Tired of models that focused solely on avoidance after-the-fact measures, Tim and Lola sought to create sexual harassment education more comprehensive and self-sustaining. Something that goes Beyond the Bare Minimum.
Pulling from years of experience in the speaking and training space coupled with their roots in the sexual education community, they have created practical solutions that meet the needs of companies while also focusing on the long-term.