In-person and online facilitations introduce your leadership team and staff to paradigm-shifting new knowledge through a lens of historical context. We catalyze a process of common ground understanding leading to real transformation in workplace environments. CGC on Race is considered the prerequisite to prepare for any other training protocol on race.
Mike and Emily Green started with a workshop on How to Teach Kids About Race in America. It blossomed into a national demand for their no-blame, no-shame, style of introducing audiences to critical new information, new conversations, new immersive activities and easy-to-understand storytelling processes that empower audiences to translate their lessons.
Colleges and Universities
K-12 School Districts
Small and Large Businesses
Churches and Religious Organizations
Municipalities and Departments
In 2019, Mike and Emily Green launched a new workshop to empower parents and teachers with culturally competent tools and confidence talk to kids about race in America in ways that are easy to understand and translatable across generations. In 2020, the nation exploded with a need for the CGC on Race process of transformation. Listen to one of our earliest interviews on an NPR affiliate in southern Oregon.
Today, CGC on Race facilitations, both online and offline, are in high demand with a growing list of clients/fans. Below are a couple of podcast interviews from 2020 and 2021.
We're Mike and Emily Green, an interracial couple facilitating a safe, welcoming environment wherein all participants feel valued and engaged.
Emily is a homeschooling mom with a degree in social work and experience working with distressed families in communities of color. She is a speaker, writer, leader and mentor of women's groups.
Mike is a cultural economist, national consultant, speaker, writer, author and Chief Strategist for the National Institute for Inclusive Competitiveness (niicusa.org).
We offer a CGC on Race Facilitation (Online and Offline) that's great for schools, companies, organizations and institutions seeking answers to addressing the confusion around race relations in America today. For clients interested in a deeper dive, we offer a "5-Week CGC on Race Journey" that begins with an introduction to a set of common values, common principles, common ground knowledge and a paradigm-shifting story of who we all are as Americans and leads to a transformative mindset and energized eagerness to take actionable steps toward becoming a societal change agent.
We facilitate an interactive energetic conversation that's a prerequisite to any other training in cultural competence. Our storytelling process starts with a contextual lens on American history and the story of how we became the nation we are today. We expose audiences to new credible resources and information and provide tools to empower generations today to change the society we inherited to be the kind of society we want to leave to future generations.
Participants are informed, empowered and energized with practical tools, embodied practices and next steps to affect societal change on racial issues right where they live.
Our CGC on Race Facilitation and Journey experiences should not be confused with racial equity, anti-racist and anti-bias training. Participants will, however, experience paradigm-shifting new knowledge, insights and understanding that prepare and equip them to be more receptive of and engaged with current anti-racist, anti-bias and racial equity protocols.
Part 1 of 4: The Case for Reparations in America
Part 2 of 4: The Case for Reparations in America
Part 3 of 4: The Case for Reparations in America
Part 4 of 4: The Case for Reparations. Mike Green is interviewed by Robert Patillo of Rainbow/PUSH