Wed, Feb 19 | Family and Children's Services

Power and Privilege: Real Talk about Race and Sexuality

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Power and Privilege: Real Talk about Race and Sexuality

Time & Location

Feb 19, 2020, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM CST
Family and Children's Services, 2400 Clifton Ave, Nashville, TN 37209, USA

About the Event

This lunch and learn experience invites participants to have an honest conversation about race and sexuality. This critical discussion will be grounded around the intersection of social justice, race, class, and sexuality politics. We will take a closer look at our power and privilege as professionals, and discuss simple strategies for being mindful about cultural humility and inclusion. 

 

By the end of this Lunch and Learn discussion, participants will be able to:  

1.  Identify at least two challenges that prevent People of Color from receiving care around their sexuality.  

2.  Identify two strategies that sexuality providers can use to acknowledge and/or affirm the complexities of race and sexuality.

 

Presenters: 

Akua Forkuo-Sekyere, MPH: Akua is a public health professional who has experience working in maternal health, sexual violence, and with non-profit organizations. She is passionate about further understanding the systematic barriers of resources to individuals and communities who have experienced forms of trauma. Akua aims to support and empower individuals and communities to access and create health and well-being resources.  

 

Renée Burwell, LCSW, MPA, CST: Renée Burwell, LCSW, CST is a skilled psychotherapist and facilitator with a specialization in sex therapy and education.  Her practice, Pandora's Awakening, offers services and educational outreach to help destigmatize and provide access to mental and sexual health services to help individuals live unapologetically authentic lives. In addition to her practice, Renée is the Executive Director of TNASH, AASECT’s Mid-Continent Representative, and a member of the Association of Black Sexologist and Clinicians and the Women of Color Sexual Health Network.

 

Registration $25, must register by Friday February 14, 2020

 

To attend by live webinar $15 register here: Live Zoom Registration No CE's can be provided for webinar attendance. 

 

Lunch and a Certificate of Attendance will be provided for in person attendees. TNASH is an AASECT certified CE provider. This event is eligible for 1 AASECT approved CE. Participants are responsible for knowing accrediting organization’s continuing education standards. 

 

*Event tickets are non-refundable 

 

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