Oneness is proud to partner with An End to Ignorance to present, "Circles of Voices" — a powerful 3-hour workshop focused on ending ignorance around race and other isms, while promoting social justice and inclusion.
An End to Ignorance founder JC Faulk, has over 20 years of community organizing experience and decades of diversity consulting. He will co-facilitate this workshop with Vernā Myers, a seasoned diversity and inclusion advocate who gave a well-known TED Talk in 2014 on overcoming biases. Together, they seek to promote understanding and healing among participants with exercises and dialogue to encourage connections across our nation's culturally imposed racial boundaries. Participants will gain new knowledge and skills to enable them to foster bias-free personal and professional relationships.
Founded in 2015 in Baltimore in the aftermath of Freddie Gray's death and the protests that rocked the city, An End to Ignorance is dedicated to gently persuading people to come out of their entrenched silos to profoundly know other people beyond bias and prejudice.
Join us for this engaging event featuring special musical guests and light dinner will be provided and dessert by Pure Spirit.
$10 suggested donation (to help offset workshop costs)
Los Angeles Baha'i Center
5755 Rodeo Rd.
Los Angeles, CA 90016
(Entrance on La Cienega Blvd.)
An End of Ignorance was founded in January of 2015 in Baltimore, Maryland, and is dedicated to building community and bringing people together across racial lines.
Oneness is dedicated to eliminating prejudice by uniting all people through music and the arts.