This training helps businesses fight racism systematically by equipping clients with the Theory of Enchantment Three Principled Practice. This practice engages clients in the study of pop culture and literary texts authored by some of the greatest moral, philosophical, and intellectual giants of our time. Doing so helps ensure that corporate communities do not become ideologically possessed by supremacist ways of thinking and inspires them to actively foster conditions in their workplace that create Dr. King's Beloved Community.
Materials include popular films, songs, books, and essays that help clients understand the complexity of the human condition. Clients will practice their newfound skills by applying them in worksheets, notebook exercises, and conversations with their colleagues.
To defeat racism, it is critical that clients come away with a strong and resolute sense of self-worth as well as a robust toolkit for contributing to the health of their company and their communities at large.
By studying the teachings of Kendrick Lamar, students learn to practice introspection.
By studying Jay Z's autobiography, students learn that the emotional baggage that informs their perspective often informs the perspective of those they're in conflict with.
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Students study the writings and teachings of Dr. Maya Angelou to learn how to constructively criticize and bring out the very best in their peers.
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Students study some of the writings of President Barack Obama and learn how to honor the intellectual and emotional complexity and sacredness of both themselves and their neighbor, whether foe or friend.