Structured Dialogues are a series of facilitated small group conversations that use a racial identity framework to help individuals, and by consequence workplaces, develop anti-racist thoughts and actions.
FACE Race accomplishes this by using content derived from books, articles, and other media to facilitate conversations that promote internal reflection and critical analysis of societal inequity. The process of the structured dialogues supports individuals to engage in difficult cross-racial and race-based conversations that help those involved develop authentic relationships that center trust and psychological safety by promoting individual and system-wide anti-racist thoughts and actions. We believe that structured dialogues are a powerful tool for individuals and companies to engage in sustainable anti-racist change.
Workshops are experiential and interactive presentations that increase knowledge about a particular topic area through role-plays, fish bowls, and/or other relevant activities.
F.A.C.E. Race offers engaging, intensive, reflective, and action-oriented workshops such as:
- cross-racial dialogues
- racial identity model
- White guilt/fragility
- racial trauma and healing
- decolonizing organizational policies
- anti-racist communication framework
Trainings are informational presentations that provide a foundational understanding of a variety of race-based topics. The purpose of these trainings is to serve as an entry point for dialogue and action.
F.A.C.E. Race offers educational and informational trainings such as:
- racism 101
- foundations of White supremacy
- racial identity theory
- White savior and organizational policies
- building a racial trauma toolkit
F.A.C.E. Race offers one-on-one or multi-disciplinary group coaching for organizational leaders. FACE Race believes that attitude reflects leadership and that by working with organizational leaders on becoming empathic, intersectionally-minded, anti-racist individuals the entire organization can benefit. The goal of leadership coaching is to promote personal change that promotes institutional and organizational growth.
Race-based First Aid
F.A.C.E. Race offers triage in times of crisis for organizations that have recently or historically experienced race-based incidents. Our model includes evaluation of distress, team de-escalation, treatment of racial trauma, addressing transgression(s), and establishing a plan of action for change and future conversations.