Sat 2/18 2-4pm
Artist, activist and Pachamama steward Sarita Dougherty will bring a unique blend of earth-based learning modalities and critical race education to Daya Yoga studio from 2-4pm pm. This unique workshop is an interactive introduction to white privilege and allyship that moves participants through earth, fire, air and water to understand and process white supremacy culture and privilege. Bring a notebook, comfortable clothing, and an open mind! Any racial identity is welcome to attend and share.
Sarita is bicultural with Bolivian, Cajun and Irish ancestry. She grew up economically privileged in Richmond, Virginia, and turned to Punk Rock as a teenager begin unpacking inequities in race, sex, sexual preference, and class. What followed has been a lifelong and continuing journey to understand her own white and class privilege, name the characteristics of inequity and dominance in white cultures, and decolonize the languages and assumptions that perpetuate them. Her own mixed identity lends itself to cross-cultural communication and transformation. Sarita currently lives and works with her family on a mountain habitat in Yangna (Los Angeles).
$20 suggested donation
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