We live in times of great change.
How can we move forward with greater understanding of our differences, and our sameness?
We believe timely, open ended questions create a space for us to do just that.
Carol Delmonico and Casey Davis have authored and designed an interactive journal "Stoke Your Woke" that supports us to share perspectives, listen, reflect, and learn from one another.
During these 1.5 hour events you will explore questions through thought provoking prompts, quotes, and images. You will connect with others through writing, listening, and sharing. The space created will allow for everyone's diverse perspectives to be heard with hospitality and equity.
We'll delve into questions like:
How could you hold your own truth and listen openly to someone who has a different truth?
How do you hold both "me and mine" and "we and ours" when a personal decision affects the wellbeing of others?
What is needed for our most vulnerable populations?
Here's what past participants have said:
"This is the kind of thing our society desperately needs." - Tara Breitenbucher
"I felt a sense of hope and community, and learned some new things about myself in a very gentle way" - Vicki Avila
"Appreciation for this process. What a huge difference it makes to hear each other. It Stokes Our Woke!" - Sarah Mason
This is an ongoing series, meeting once a month on Monday evenings. You are welcome to come to more than one event but it's not required.
For more information about Stoke Your Woke go to stokeyourwoke.com
Questions or for more information about "Community Questions" email Carol at firstname.lastname@example.org
Carol Delmonico is a curious "truth" seeker, visionary coach, and a mama who has an innate belief in humanity. She is a Cultural Change Agent for these transformative times. She coaches and mentors humans who are open to engaging in fresh perspectives. Get in touch with her at www.caroldelmonico.com
Casey Davis is a mother, a designer, and a community advocate. She enjoys working collaboratively with creative thinkers to envision and create a world where everyone has equal opportunity to thrive. Check out her design work at www.caseydavisdesign.com and her community building efforts at http://www.bendlivinghood.com