How To Talk To

Your Racist

Friends and Family

You can have uncomfortable conversations with more confidence and  less anxiety

 

Grab them by the hand and bring them on the journey towards equity

I'M READY TO TALK

8 Days Beginning September 27

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What's Included in the Workshop...

 

  •  Live Zoom Kickoff Tuesday, September 27, 8:00M ET
  •  6 audio lessons so you can listen at your own convenience
  •  Workbook so you can get clarity each step of the way
  •  Live Zoom Wrap-up Tuesday, October 4, 8:00PM ET

Plus these Bonuses!

1 Month FREE

Inspired by Indigo is an online community designed to help you make equity a habit with self-care and joy. Learn and practice in community for 30 days.

7 Words to Know

If you're going to have the hard conversation about racism, know how to say it. This download explains common terms and how they relate to each other.

4 Pillars

Making equity a habit means it becomes second nature, just part of the way we live. Find out how you can do it with self-care and joy.

MAKE EQUITY A HABIT

You Can Shift Minds and Hearts

Get the formula to have difficult conversations that lead to change

  • Learn how to have awkward conversations about racism (or any ism) with more confidence and less anxiety.
  • Practice in a supported learning space so you can leave with new skills and the courage to speak up.
  • Enjoy a guided process in the power of community!
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PILLAR ONE

Focus on Self and Community Care

You want to change somebody's mind? It starts with taking care of you:

  • Take a breath and prepare
  • Get tools to keep your cool
  • Notice if they engage in good faith
  • Give others the agency to choose, even if you don't like their decision

You’ll finish this workshop with tools to decide where to spend your energy and to consciously manage your emotions in tough situations.

woman looking at books on a shelf by Clay Banks
PILLAR TWO

Know Your Facts

What's the biggest confidence booster when talking about oppression? Knowing your facts:

  • Find facts you can trust
  • Keep it simple
  • Do your own work, instead of seeking free emotional labor

You’ll finish this lesson knowing what to talk about and where to find the facts.

PILLAR THREE

Undo the Work

Take a breath and undo it:

  • Have the hard conversation
  • Keep it simple
  • Baby steps, you don't have to do it all at once

You'll finish this lesson with a plan for the conversation.

two adirondack chairs facing the ocean by Fohkist Photography
PILLAR FOUR

Rest and Rejoice

After the flood of emotions and adrenaline from getting outside your comfort zone, give your body and mind a break:

  • Rest so your mind and body can recover
  • Celebrate that you tried and what went well
  • Rest and rejoice now on your own terms to avoid crashing later

You’ll finish this workshop with a road map for hard conversations, focused on your well-being and using incremental steps to create change.

This Workshop Is For You If...

  • You hesitate to challenge the racist behavior of your friends and family
  • You get tongue-tied when you try to speak up for social justice and human rights
  • You want your (grand)children to see you do the right thing and grow up unafraid to stand up for human rights
YES, I WANT IN!
NICE TO MEET YOU

I'm Sacil Armstrong

For more than 20 years, I’ve connected people and opened minds, getting folks from very different backgrounds to come together for common causes. My teaching motto is no blame, no shame, no guilt because blaming and shaming gets in the way of learning. As a self-care coach, I use evidence-based techniques that not only make us feel good, but also increase our mental and emotional capacity to handle the moment. As a facilitator, I bring facts and help you consider different viewpoints and make connections. The choice is always yours.

Now I'm teaching how to have these hard conversations. Will you join me?

"Your motto, “no blame, no shame, no guilt” helped me ask those difficult questions that are awkward to ask."

- Janice S.

"I love the emphasis on self-care and the sessions devoted to getting into our bodies and out of our emotions. That’s often overlooked but, I think it’s an essential part of this type of challenging training."

- Portia C.

"This workshop is easy to access and gives lots of good food for thought for those of us that get tongue tied or too angry when we try to talk about racism."

- Maria M.

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How to Talk to

Your Racist Friends and Family

$49

Learn how to have uncomfortable conversations with less anxiety and better results

8 Days of Guidance and Support, PLUS:

1 FREE month of Inspired by Indigo online community ($50 value)

7 Words to Know When Talking about Racism ($15 Value)

4 Pillars to Make Equity a Habit - Quick Reference ($15 Value)

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QUESTIONS?!

Send me an email at BeBrave [at] SacilArmstrong [dot] com.