by Carmen Van Kerckhove
Wow! I just checked our stats and it turns out we had close to 300 people registered for my free teleseminar yesterday, “Just Be Yourself! How Race Gets in the Way of Expressing Our Authentic Selves.”
Those of you who joined me live – thank you! Those of you who missed it, don’t worry. If you registered, you will get an audio recording via email. (You can still register for the audio now if you’d like to hear it.)
As you know, this call was a preview to the new session of my program The Racialicious Experience.
It’s a unique, 6-week program that will allow you to:
- Fuel your brain with thought-provoking and challenging live conversations about race.
- Connect in real-time with people as passionate and dedicated as you…people who actually get it.
- Access a safe space where no one will roll their eyes at the mere mention of race, and no one will ever tell you that you’re “just too sensitive.”
I facilitate the program personally, and it’s limited to just 15 people. Because of this, there is an application process and not everyone will be accepted. Learn more about the program and request your application here.
Important: I must receive your application by 5 pm Eastern on Friday, October 9th, in order for you to be considered for this program.
So if this sounds like something you’d like to participate in, please do get your application in early!
Thanks! And I hope you’ll join me this fall for The Racialicious Experience.
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