SFA: The Inner Work of Bias and Oppression
Welcome to Strategies For Action!
Join us for this live, online virtual event featuring Rachel Luce-Hitt
The bigotry and barriers of systemic oppression are all around us. Many of us consider ourselves to be nice, open-minded people, free of racist thoughts or actions…but it is this very mindset that is dangerous and helps to keep they cycles of oppression going. It is often easier to see the biases and prejudices of others, but it is imperative that we take a hard look within ourselves – regardless of how “good” or “well intended” we are. We must examine both bias and internalized oppression.
Turning inward is not only the first step, but it is also a lifelong task of self-exploration necessary towards justice and liberation. Join facilitator Rachel Luce-Hitt as we embark on a journey of doing this inner work.
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About our Speakers
Rachel Luce-Hitt, Education Director, Holocaust Memorial Resource & Education Center of Florida
As Education Director, Rachel is responsible for providing strategic leadership for school and community education programs including UpStanders: Stand Up to Bullying. She is charged with creating experiences that help people make the connections between lessons learned from the Holocaust and issues facing our world today. Prior to joining the HMREC team, Rachel spent 13 years working in higher education focusing on designing diversity and inclusion curriculum, facilitating difficult dialogues, and empowering people to find ways to create kinder and more socially just communities. She earned both a Bachelor of Arts degree in Anthropology and a Master of Business Administration degree from Rollins College. Additionally, she is a trained SEED Leader (Seeking Educational Equity and Diversity) and a member of the Jewish social justice Selah Leadership Network. Outside of work, Rachel enjoys working on her Jewish and Filipino genealogies, traveling, baking, and spending time with family.
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