“Learning to Liberate” – A Three-Part Anti-oppression Series

Tuesday, March 19, Wednesday April 10, and Wednesday May 8, 2024, 7:00-8:30 p.m. Off-Site 

GAPP and ACRU present a three-part anti-oppression series by the YWCA at Clough United Methodist Church, 2010 Clough Pike, Cincinnati, OH 45255. The sessions run from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. on Tuesday, March 19, Wednesday, April 10, and Wednesday, May 8, 2024. The series is facilitated by Taylor Curtis, YWCA Greater Cincinnati Director of Racial Justice and Equity.

In this series of three monthly workshops Taylor Curtis, YWCA Greater Cincinnati Director of Racial Justice and Equity, will guide participants in the following topics.

Session 1 – Tuesday, March 19: Cultural Competence. This session builds awareness of cultural humility and respect through analyzing diversity, equity, inclusion, and how social responsibility impacts us at personal and institutional levels.

Session 2 – Wednesday, April 10: Developing an Antiracist Identity. This session involves thoughtful reflection around our racial identity and how racism impacts us at personal, interpersonal, institutional, and systemic levels.

Session 3 – Wednesday, May 8: Racial Discrimination. In this session, participants gain tools to address racial discrimination from individual and systemic lenses.

This remarkable opportunity brings the YWCA Greater Cincinnati’s commitment to eliminating racism right into our Anderson Township community for three monthly workshops conveniently located at Clough United Methodist Church at the intersection of Clough Pike and Wolfangel Rd.

GAPP and ACRU are pleased to welcome back Taylor Curtis for this extended workshop series following her dynamic facilitation during a community conversation in 2023. Taylor Curtis is exceptionally skilled in teaching and providing instruction and facilitation in psychology, social justice, equity (especially in Black Studies) and anti-racism. She is a trusted influencer with a passion for grassroots leadership, mission-driven organizations, and social justice movements.

Registration is required. Attendance is free but space is limited. Please register separately for each date you plan to attend. To register or for additional information about each session, click on:


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