How to Have Difficult Conversations about Racism without Losing your Voice or your Cool


Are you afraid of saying the wrong thing?Are you beating yourself up? Do you want to create more racial justice and diversty? Learn the one thing you can do immediately to start healing the divisions in our society and inside yourself.


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OCTOBER 24 2017

Two opportunities: 8am EST and 7pm EST


About Dr. Amanda Kemp

Racial Justice & Mindfulness Mentor, Author and Facilitator

Dr. Amanda Kemp is a Stanford University graduate and the creator of the H.E.A.R.T. System for Racial Justice and Mindful Living. 

A Master Teacher, Dr. Kemp has helped over 25,000 individuals become more mindful of racial justice and our fundamental interconnectedness. 

In addition to serving as a Visiting Scholar at Franklin & Marshall College, she has worked with the Rev. Jesse Jackson, the Honorable Maxine Waters, the NAACP and the movement for a Free South Africa. 

The Founder of Theatre for Transformation, Dr. Kemp has shared the stage and/or worked with Danny Glover, August Wilson, Toni Morrison, George Wolfe, Oskar Eustis and Sonia Sanchez. She has been featured on PBS, WITF, WGAL, LCTV, and is a frequent speaker at schools, colleges, and faith communities. 

Her book Say the Wrong Thing: Stories and Strategies for Racial Justice and Authentic Community has been nominated for One Book One Community and has been featured on numerous podcasts and the Huffington Post. 

Married to the violinist Michael Jamanis, Kemp co-parents five teens, a guinea pig and a chocolate lab named Jake.

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How to Have Difficult Conversations About Racism Without Losing Your Voice or Your Cool with Dr. Amanda Kemp

October 24, 2017 at 8am EST and 7pm EST via Zoom Conference Call. Attend the call of your choice. 

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