The way we are socially constructed to see the world affects our daily lives. It dictates the way we view and interact with the world. What if we were to deconstruct that running ticker tape of judgements both of ourselves and others? What if we were to stop, take it down and really deconstruct it?
How might we reframe the way we view ourselves and others? From implicit biases to microaggressions to power dynamics in everyday situations. How might we begin to dismantle and interrupt systems of oppression within ourselves for a more just society? How does this self awareness shed light on social healing? How might we do this work especially on our college campuses? This workbook discusses these questions and ways to start interrupting the ticker tape of separation and judgement toward a more inclusive, equitable and just society.