You know the answers, you just haven't found the words to tell them to yourself.
Over the course of four weeks, we will begin to explore the largest stumbling blocks in your path to being the community leader you seek to be.
We will cover the basics of community dynamics, and at each stop, avail ourselves to hear from others.
The action we will be honing is our ability to listen, first to ourselves, and then to others.
Single Sessions (30-60 minutes): $25-$125 per hour
Community Coach course: $400+
Package includes personalized learning materials, and at least one hour-long conversation per week.
Community Coach course w/ guests: $1200+
Package includes personalized learning materials, and at least two hour-long conversations per week (one with a guest).
The class is a four week course with a one-hour intro-session. Each week will have readings, videos, and conversations.
Conversation will be the bulk of our work.
We will gather for conversations three times per week for one-hour.
For those able to meet the suggested price, each week we will also have a guest conversation.
We will discuss content related to the following topics:
Week 1: Intro to Gender Studies
- Why the women are smarter
- TERFs lack science
- Yes, All Men
Week 2: Intro to Race Theory
- Knapsacks and Basket-cases
- Anti-Blackness & Social Responsibility
- Environmental racism
Week 3: Intro to Able-ism
- Beyond the Obvious: Dr No
- A Different View
- What are your limitations?
Week 4: Reflections
- Where are you now?
- Where do you want to go?
Upon course conclusion participants will receive an evaluation along with suggested activities to continue their learning.
About the Instructor
Canin, a.k.a. CultureClap, was educated in the affluent suburbs of Minneapolis, Minnesota, and placed into debt by a University from which he has yet to graduate, and educated faux-family of broken promises.
He has both real-world experience, and over 120 credits of academic training, in the fields necessary to help you confront the polarizing and chaotic conversations affecting us all one way or another.
Arrested, divorced, employed, exalted, fired and exiled; now an entrepreneur educating youth to code through a non-profit ScreamFreely that he founded, and helps run.
Canin continues to battle the demons of discrimination that plague us all; though he also has the ability to help others as they grow in their capacity to be the community leaders they seek to be.
Client privacy is of the utmost concern, and we are happy accommodate most anything you may need in this regard.