Because anti-racism is a practice, and I want liberation to be white womens' collective legacy.
Anti-Racist Practices For The Mind, Body & Soul
A three month cohort coaching experience for progressive white women to develop intentional practices that disrupt white supremacy culture
in themselves and in their lives.
Build a practice of noticing and naming aspects of white supremacy conditioning.
Metabolize the emotions that white supremacy triggers in you to access & integrate deeper insights before taking action.
Discover your life outside the ways you've been conditioned as we create a white, anti-racist cultural legacy.
Explore how to leverage your core values as a tool to disrupt your conditioning
Learn to metabolize big, negative emotions in a healthy and productive way
Become confident speaking about oppression, race and racism
Become part of a deep, caring community of women identified folks where you will be supported and held accountable
Develop a nuanced ability to name, explain, and address aspects of white conditioning, white supremacy culture, and patriarchy
Develop a foundational embodiment practice necessary for anti-racist work
Develop skills to consciously choose anti-racist thoughts, behaviors, and ways of being
Hear From Past Participants
recommend participating in this experience
felt they got what they paid for
felt more confident speaking up about issues of white supremacy, race, and oppression
“I am completely bought into your framework. Truly. I think about it and use it all the time.”
SUMMER 2020 COHORT
FALL 2020 COHORT
Meet Jen Nguyen
Jen Nguyen provides white women with a secure, non shaming, accountable container to do the important work of unlearning racism. This allows them to practice accurately recognizing white supremacy in themselves and in their lives. They learn to handle the flood of emotions that otherwise inhibit their growth. They admit and recon with the harm they have caused without burdening BIPOC. She sees this work as an imperative part of dismantling white supremacy and as a compliment to working in partnership with BIPOC toward collective transformation and liberation.
As a child, she was part of the generation that was taught love is colorblind and has spent her adult life unlearning this falsehood. In practice, this has taken on many forms including multiple degrees, certifications, fellowships, apprenticeships, and coaching (side note: she believes all coaches need coaches so that we also do deep inner work!). She does not believe in being an “expert” in the work of anti-racism. Instead, she sees it as an ongoing practice and way of being. She is deeply committed to using her superpowers as a coach, cuator, and creator to dismantle white supremacy and bring healing and liberation.
"Create the change the world needs by creating the change within yourself."
- Layla F. Saad