We understand people have various ENTRY POINTS into the conversation about race—emotions, knowledge, spirituality, actions. Using these entry points, we unpack racism, create community and deepen the understanding of how faith informs participation in racial justice.
Facilitate workshops, retreats and conversation circles around race and faith.
Provide instruction to increase cultural competency and racially equitable practices in churches, schools and businesses.
Provide one-on-one/small group support to organizations that want to deepen cultural competence and racial justice efforts.
Contact us for a FREE consultation of 30 minutes, and see how we can help you get started.
Embracing race and faith one conversation at a time.
RHONDA HILL has spent over a decade focusing on issues of race and poverty. Her commitment to raising awareness about racism is seen through her previous work with the Milwaukee Social Development Commission, the YWCA and Greater Milwaukee Synod of the ELCA. Rhonda has a master’s degree in marriage and family therapy.
SHARON CHUBBUCK has been involved in race, faith, and education conversations since the 1970s, as a public school educator and church leader, and since 2001, as a professor in the College of Education at Marquette University. Sharon has a Ph.D. in curriculum and instruction in multicultural/multilingual settings.
Assistant to the Bishop, Northwest Synod of Wisconsin, ELCA
"The material was spot on, the timeliness in our own messed up political landscape necessary. My only regret was that we had a mere two days to devote to our time with both of you. It should have been a week."
Co-Author, "Being White: Finding our Place in a Multiethnic World"
"I attended antiracism training which Rhonda Hill and her colleague led for the Episcopal Diocese of Milwaukee clergy. I appreciated their alertness to context, and rich use of case studies which deepened our engagement. They paid careful attention to cultural detail and power dynamics, and my colleagues and I walked away saying there was something here for everyone to learn.”
Marian University, Interim Director of Working Families Grant Program
"I wanted to take a moment to thank you for your March 1st presentation on at Marian University. Although racism is a difficult topic to explore you helped us to start the conversation, to hear others and to examine and challenge our beliefs all in a very safe, caring and respectful way."
Assistant to the Bishop South-Central Synod of Wisconsin - ELCA
"I have participated in two racial justice workshops led by Rhonda Hill and Sharon. They have designed the day to be participatory and serve as an awakening to begin to see racial inequity as well as to prompt further personal reflection and study. They are great presenters that generate some lively conversation. I recommend them without reservation."
Whether you have questions or want to see how we can help, send us a message. We’re here for you!
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