Want to try tapping?
SAGE recently held a session with Susan White to introduce a technique called Tapping, which can be used to work through the feelings that come up for white allies when they confront their own relationship to racism. If you missed it, you can see a shorter introduction by Susan in the "Deepening Our Humanity" workshop video here.
Susan will lead a monthly group if there is interest -- if you would be interested in participating in such a group, email Kim here.
The October Second Sunday @ SAGE is now available to view. The event featured host Joe Downing, Musical Guest Nick Orth who sang "The Man Who's Not In My Family Tree" and "Waltzing With Bears", Chris and Tim from the Writers Group and Olive Crawford who sang "America The Beautiful"
The "Deepening Our Humanity: Creating An Essential Foundation for Antiracist Work" program offered by Susan White and Roslyn Rasberry is now avaible in video. So, if you missed it on zoom, here it is. After watching, please send your feedback to SAGE Upstate here -- about what our next steps should be in our antiracist work as individuals and as an organization.
After you watch the video (or if you were there for the Zoom meeting), please complete an evaluation here.
Your feedback will help us move forward with antiracist work.
The September Second Sunday @ SAGE is now available to view. The video starts with our muscial guest, Jon English. We're still learning! What is missing from the video is the welcome from the hostess with the mostess Barb Genton. You'll still see Barb, hear Jon sing two beautiful songs, hear and see Amy Bartell's talk on her collaborative art project, and view other fun surprises. The entire show is just under a half an hour. Enjoy!
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