We are all amazingly unique and (judging from you reading about this workshop) interested in creating change in our communities. How we understand change and our opportunities to create it are also unique to us.
In this workshop we will look at:
Daniela Guerrero-Rodriguez (she/they) is a queer Latinx femme of mixed ancestry living on the stolen lands of the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsliel-Waututh people, in what is colonially known as Vancouver. She is a decolonization educator and lifestyle coach for those seeking to unlearn and to engage more confidently in creating social change in their communities.
Xenolearn is a virtual learning hub for diversity, equity and inclusion. From fear to understanding, Xenolearn’s mission is to make the world safer for human differences. We are a nonprofit educational company that offers resources, a podcast, book clubs and classes. Everyone can learn about diversity, equity and inclusion at Xenolearn, and how to put them into practice.
Our services are designed to appeal to the different learning styles: visual (Learning Hub), auditory (The Xenolearn Podcast), reading/writing (Book Club), and kinesthetic (Courses).