ORGANIZATIONAL LEADERS + ENTREPRENEURS + CHANGE AGENTS: 

Are “Allyship” and “Anti-Racism” Enough?

Just shy of a year since George Floyd’s murder and the global uprisings that followed, we invite organizational leaders, entrepreneurs and change agents to explore their part in healing the collective trauma of this experience, and identify a way forward that supports our personal growth and vision as leaders.

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What Is Racial Equity, and How Can Organizational Leaders Help the World Achieve It?

 

“Equality treats everyone the same regardless of need, while equity achieves fairness by treating people differently dependent on need.”

- Business Insider


 

As we grapple with the recent verdict and emotional aftershock from last year’s tragedy, we still have to ask ourselves, “Have we really moved the needle towards true racial equity and justice ” If not, what does that look like? More importantly, how do white-identified entrepreneurs and organizational leaders play a part in that shift?

The reality is, it takes more than touting buzzwords like “Ally” and “Anti-Racism” on social media platforms and on corporate value posters to recognize, nurture, and fight for the needs of those affected by systemic racial inequity.

To achieve a new paradigm, white entrepreneurs and organizational leaders  have a pivotal role to play as key agents of change - yet even the most compassionate leaders face a number of challenges in that undertaking.

Challenges Leaders Face

Challenge #1

Fear of Doing Or Saying the Wrong Thing

Racial inequity is a sensitive subject, especially in the workplace. Often, white-identified leaders  stay silent out of fear of offending or causing more harm.

Challenge #2

Lack of Awareness

Racial inequity is so deeply embedded in our societal, institutional and organizational structures, it tends to go unnoticed by those who don’t experience its effects on a daily basis.

Challenge #3

Deficit of A Clear Vision

If pursuing “allyship” and “anti-racism” aren’t enough, then what role should organizational leaders play to ignite change? It can be difficult to develop a plan before we understand what “the work” really is.

 

During this 90-minute interactive experience, it’s our intention to help  you understand how to navigate these challenges with  courageous dialogue, a clear roadmap, and above all--- empathy.

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The White Awakening Digital Event Supports Organizational Leaders and Entrepreneurs In Rehumanizing the Workplace and Our World

Rehumanization goes beyond performative allyship and embraces the “real work” on both a personal and global level.

Led by acclaimed entrepreneurial soul coach and Author Rha Goddess and prominent business attorney and racial justice advocate Corey Kupfer, The White Awakening digital event  opens the door to reimagining a more just, equitable, and sustainable world that starts within our organizations and ourselves.

What You’ll Achieve When You Attend

This event’s ’s reflective dialogue and actionable leadership curriculum are designed to help  white-identified entrepreneurs, change agents, and organizational leaders take stock of where they are now in their quest for racial equity in the workplace and society at large, and set the course for the future they want to see. 

In this online event we will:

  • Share personal stories and reflections about the impact this last year has had on how we see ourselves in the context of our life and work.
  • Talk about what it means to do the work of awakening - and why the terms “Ally” and “Anti-racist” are not enough.
  • Talk about how we begin to heal the collective trauma of this experience and identify a way forward that supports our personal growth and our vision as leaders.

Meet Our Featured Speakers

Dr. Marcella Runell Hall, Voices from The Front Lines contributor for White Awakening, social justice education scholar, and Vice President for Student Life, Dean of Students and Lecturer in Religion at Mount Holyoke College.

Jay Coen Gilbert, CEO of Imperative 21, co-founder of B Lab, and convener of WMRJ (White Men for Racial Justice) and AWARE (Allies Whites Against Racism for Equity)

Corey Kupfer, co-Founder of White Awakening and an expert strategist, deal-maker, and business consultant with more than 35 years of professional negotiating experience as a successful entrepreneur and attorney. He also created the methodology for Authentic Conversations About Race to facilitate deep, intimate, and powerful conversations for business organizations, universities (for students and faculty), and community groups.

Rehumanization Benefits All


Given the state of our world, rehumanization may feel like a tall order -- but the truth is, rehumanization is what will open the doors to greater personal growth, opportunity, and a better quality of life for everyone.

Rehumanization…

  • Invites us into the TRUTH that there is only ONE race = HUMAN. 
  • Promotes new ways of thinking, being  and leading within ourselves,  our organizations and society at large.
  • Supports greater mental, spiritual and emotional health and overall wellbeing at work and in our families and communities.
     
  • Gives us access to new models and perspectives that drive new definitions for power and success. 
  • Enables us to access a broader range of economic opportunities driven by a more inclusive global marketplace.
  • Expands our capacity to embrace new voices and perspectives that drive authentic connection, workplace innovation and advance the bottom line. 

Isn't It Past Time for Meaningful Change?

 As leaders, we have a unique opportunity to move each other forward as beacons of light in our families, organizations and  communities. Our work is needed now more than ever as we reimagine this world.

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About Rha Goddess & Corey Kupfer

Rha Goddess

Rha is the co-Founder of White Awakening, and the acclaimed entrepreneurial soul coach behind hundreds of breakthrough changemakers, cultural visionaries and social entrepreneurs. From multiple NY Times Bestsellers to multi-million dollar social enterprises, Rha’s unique methodology has empowered a new generation of conscious entrepreneurs to stay true, get paid, and do good. From the onset of her more than 30-year career as a cultural innovator, social impact strategist and creative change agent, Rha has drawn on the power of creativity, culture and community to move hearts, minds and policy.

Rha’s work has focused on issues of racial justice and equality, electoral politics, offender aid and restoration, mental health and youth and women’s empowerment and contributed to initiatives that have impacted millions of lives. Rha’s book, The Calling (St. Martin’s Press) leverages her unique methodology into a step-by-step blueprint for finding your purpose and making your most profitable contribution.

Corey Kupfer

Corey is an expert strategist, deal-maker and business consultant with more than 35 years of professional negotiating experience as a successful entrepreneur and attorney. He is the author of Authentic Negotiating and founded DealQuest to provide courses, retreats, masterminds and other valuable content designed to support entrepreneurs, high-level executives, and business leaders in achieving their visions and goals through deal-driven growth. Corey is active with many nonprofit and public-interest organizations, and sat on the board of directors of Coro New York Leadership Center, an organization that trains future leaders in the private, public and nonprofit sectors, and was a co-founder and member of the board of directors of 1+1+1=ONE, an organization committed to using art and civic dialogue for positive social change in race relations and young women’s empowerment.

Corey created the methodology for Authentic Conversations About Race. This methodology has been used with great success to facilitate deep, intimate and powerful conversations for business organizations, universities (for students and faculty) and community groups including at the World Conference Against Racism in Durban, South Africa in 2001 in which black and white South Africans had one-to-one open, intimate and meaningful Authentic Conversations About Race not long after the fall of apartheid. He is the co-Founder of White Awakening and married to Rha Goddess.

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