Events

Author Talk: Skills for Building Beloved Community with Roxy Manning

Date
March 27, 2024
Times
March 27: 1:00 pm-3:30 pm

Join me on Wednesday, March 27th, 1:00-3:30pm PT at Duncan United Church

Location: 246 Ingram St, Duncan, BC, V9L 1P4 Canada (map)

Re-Imagining Anti-Oppression

Join us for a transformative, interactive book talk and Q&A with Dr. Manning, exploring antiracism as a model for anti-oppression dialogues. Inspired by Dr. Martin Luther King’s vision of the Beloved Community, The Authentic Dialogue framework offers a path to combating white supremacy culture and other forms of oppression. Learn how to apply this approach in conversations around gender, age, sexuality, size, religion, class and more with practical tools and strategies. Discover how to foster connection and courage through compassionate, yet fierce, dialogues.

This event is free. Donations gladly accepted to support Dr. Manning’s work.

Purchase books online at Volume One Bookstore, or purchase at the event.

QUESTIONS?

This event will be hosted in-person at Duncan United Church. For any questions related to the event, please contact Ranji at ranji@roxannemanning.com.

About the Speaker

Dr. Roxy Manning, a clinical psychologist and social justice advocate, specializes in building resilience and equity. Her experience as a Black Caribbean immigrant informs her work with diverse groups globally, focusing on healing internalized oppression and empowering transformative dialogue. She is an assessor and certified trainer in Nonviolent Communication. Roxy is the author of How to Have Antiracist Conversations and co-author of The Antiracist Heart. She also co-hosts the Fierce Compassion podcast.

246, Ingram Street, Duncan, British Columbia, V9L 1W8, Canada.