april, 2022

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07apr8:00 am9:00 amUbuntu 12 Steps to Decolonize Our Thinking Group MeetingIn order to join this group you must attend an initial training. Email ubuntu12steps@gmail.com to register.


(Thursday) 8:00 am - 9:00 am

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An indigenous inspired and culturally specific 12 Step Program that provides a safe, supportive space to talk about racism/white supremacy. It’s newly developed and was created to help people move beyond talking about racial justice to actually dismantling the system of racism, white supremacy via individual and collective activism beginning with individual, personal transformation. Because the 12 step program model is the largest, most successful habit changing process in the world, is free, and open to the public…it was chosen to address racialized thinking and behaviors while it also provides racial and implicit bias literacy and intergenerational trauma healing training in Ubuntu’s Study/Talk Circles where members replace the miseducation learned in America’s colonized educational system with pre-colonial history and culture.

This event occurs on the first and third Thursday of every month.

Jackie Morgan, creator of this process, has a Masters in Afrocentric Counseling, is a Licensed Professional Counselor, and a self-taught Indigenous Anthropologist. Her email, to sign up for a presentation is:  ubuntu12steps@gmail.com  

This process functions like other 12 step programs except that its objective is to specifically help people change their racialized thinking by providing a safe, supportive environment to talk about their racialized experiences and Study/Talk Circles to learn pre-colonial history and culture which, together, prepares its fellows to become racial justice activists and, lastly, Ubuntu offers fellows the opportunity to work in Ubuntu’s Sankofa Community Village on it’s life saving social justice projects.

 To get involved, contact Jackie for the initial Ubuntu presentation.  Afterwards, join or start a group, two or more people, with the an Ubuntu 12 Step Program Starter Packet provided by Ubuntu, LLC.

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