Talking about race and equity shouldn't be hard.
Mike and Emily introduced their "Conversations Journey" as a unique experience developed in the summer of 2020. Our educational service process offers paradigm-shifting insights and practical tools for diverse audiences within a no-blame, no-shame safe cohort group-learning environment. We build a common ground of understanding for a productive dialogue on race and equity that can lead to collective collaboration with actionable steps. Our clients highly recommend us. Try us and see why.
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 provides a unique Conversations Journey for clients, both online and offline. Our clients have helped grow our business through word of mouth recommendations.
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As White Americans, we often sugarcoat and whitewash the legacy of Dr. King, while remaining ignorant of the true focuses on his work and how it remains largely unfinished today. I am as guilty of this as anyone else, which is why I sought out two experts to be our guests on the podcast today, Mike and Emily Green.