Undo what you've learned (and lived) about race, privilege, and equality.
Inspired by Indigo is a membership and community to help you intentionally impact the world because sitting down together is the first step to standing up to oppression.Learn More & Join
"Receiving clear instructions on ways to take action now and focusing on how small changes can make an impact was so important. Understanding that we all mess up gave me permission to keep going even when I make a mistake. You took the scared child in me and gave her fire and taught her how to fly."
Come on In!
We've got work to undo!
And don't worry about closing the door behind you. Around here we like things open - doors, hearts, minds.
- unconsciously continue a legacy of inequality
- reinforce those behaviors in the people around you
- pass those ideas down to future generations
Or you intentionally choose behaviors that:
- defy unjust structures and social norms
- break cycles of oppression in your community
- teach your kids and grandkids how to live your core values of love, justice, and equality
"You give us the information and the encouragement and with that, we find the courage. My voice may be shaky and my words may be clumsy, but that will not stop me."
"Sacil’s delivery is organized, clear, passionate, and eye-opening. Even having taught U.S. history to middle schoolers, I learned more. She weaves history into present time, empowering each of us to do whatever we can to help today. As we learn what it means to be anti-racist, she uses guided meditations to ground us so we can receive the information. Her motto of “No Blame, No Shame, No Guilt” and her teaching are life changing."
Inspired by Indigo method
Four pillars that sustain the work of social justice:
Self-care because healing is a form of protest
Know your facts to undo lies and myths
Undo the work - take antiracist action
Rest & celebrate
Nice to meet you!
Hey, y'all! I’m Sacil (suh-SEEL), a self-care and social justice facilitator. I can help you release the stress of fear and anger - of blame, shame, and guilt so you can confidently stand against exclusion, injustice, and prejudice. You'll be ready to do something and you'll know how to choose actions that can have a positive impact.
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