Are you interested in being more effective in listening to and speaking with people who have a much different perspective from yours? Do you see the importance of responding to strongly divergent views in a way that fosters dialog?
Presenter: Allan Rohlfs is a psychotherapist, mediator and certified trainer of Nonviolent Compassionate Communication.
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Registration Now Open for "Healing the Racial Divide: Native American Color, Culture and Consciousness"
With Dr. Anton Treuer
Wednesday, May 10th and Thursday, May 11th 2017
8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. each day
Location: Calvary Lutheran Church
2508 Washington Ave SE, Bemidji, MN
Come lean in to this focused sharing and learning opportunity to expand awareness, knowledge and tools for addressing some of the most pressing issues of our time, with a specific focus on the Native American experience.
In addition to a thought-provoking challenge to our prevailing assumptions about education and equity work, this session is also designed to provide a meaningful opportunity for participants to expand their cultural awareness and competence in dealing with a unique and often marginalized population.
Learn about the unique toolbox contained within Native American cultures to help combat oppression, cultural disassociation, and other drivers for social divides by demonstrating tools, strategies, and perspectives useful in helping us all get along.
Limited Scholarships Available
Location: Calvary Lutheran Church, 2508 Washington Ave SE; Bemidji, MN