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Let’s Talk About Race (and Other Hard Things‪)‬ Dismantle Racism with Rev. Dr. TLC

    • Society & Culture

The audience will gain knowledge about how to create space for vulnerability and navigate compassionate dialogue in order to have progressive interactions concerning equity.
Fear. Avoidance. Division. The safest path can feel like the one without dialogue in conversations about equity and diversity. What if you offend the other person? What if they challenge your beliefs? What if you ruin a relationship?
Dr. Dome’s process makes space for vulnerability and helps participants engage in empathetic dialogue. Conflict is normal and survivable, and you don’t need special skills or experience to navigate it—you just need practice. Compassionate Dialogue is a step-by-step guide that shows how to lean into difficult conversations, recognize the role emotions play when we are not in control of them, and create a solid foundation for change, progress, healing, and resolution. When it comes to hard topics, effective communication skills are an asset, vulnerability is necessary, and forgiveness is vital. 
In Let’s Talk About Race (And Other Hard Things), communication expert and equity consultant Dr. Nancy Dome provides you with a framework to recognize feelings, interrupt flawed patterns, and repair relationships. 
Join Rev. Dr. TLC and Dr. Dome as they discuss how this framework can be utilized in business, education, and communities throughout the country.
Website: https://drnancydome.com
Social Media: https://www.facebook.com/DrNancyDome
https://www.instagram.com/drnancydome/
https://twitter.com/NancyDomeEdD
 
 
Tune in for this important conversation at TalkRadio.nyc or watch the Facebook Livestream by Clicking Here.
 
Segment 1
Rev. Dr. TLC asks her audience to take a moment to find our breath. She asks us to tune in to that which gives you life and to connect with divine wisdom to help prepare us for today’s topic. Rev. Dr. TLC introduces her guest Dr. Nancy Dome, an author, speaker, and co-founder of Epic Education Center. Dr. Nancy has been involved in education for over three decades. She has worked with Rev. Dr. TLC throughout the years, training educators on racial equity. Rev. Dr. TLC asks Dr. Nancy what keeps her grounded during challenging times. Dr. Nancy stays committed to the children who depend on her. She finds being in nature has a way of keeping her balanced. Rev. Dr. TLC shares how difficult it can be to talk about race to groups where everyone isn’t open to the discussion. Before the break, Dr. Nancy shares a touching story about a student who was going through a difficult time but eventually found his way. 



Segment 2 
Rev. Dr. TLC asks Dr. Nancy what inspired her new book, Let’s Talk About Race and Other Hard Things. Dr. Nancy shares how protocol, compassion, and dialogue has been a pillar to the foundation of what she teaches out in the field; publishing this book was a way to reach a bigger audience. Rev. Dr. TLC asks Dr. Nancy if there is a specific conversation she remembers from her training that had a negative impact. Dr. Nancy expresses her disapproval of passive body language and how it can disrupt the group. Dr. Nancy says you have to believe most people are good and assume positive intentions. That way you can ask better questions. Before the break, Rev. Dr. TLC shares a personal experience she had with a woman who used inappropriate language during her training. Rev. Dr. TLC expressed how she and the other people of color felt uncomfortable in that moment and she knew she needed to confront the woman. After sometime Rev. Dr. TLC was able to confront the lady who later apologized through email.  



Segment 3
Rev. Dr. TLC and Dr. Nancy continue to discuss the importance of compassion and protocol when met with difficult conversations. Dr. Nancy mentions a review she read in her book from a woman who identified as white and expressed how angry she was at her community. Dr. Nancy talks about how anger doesn't inspire change. Her role as an educator is to create a space where pe

The audience will gain knowledge about how to create space for vulnerability and navigate compassionate dialogue in order to have progressive interactions concerning equity.
Fear. Avoidance. Division. The safest path can feel like the one without dialogue in conversations about equity and diversity. What if you offend the other person? What if they challenge your beliefs? What if you ruin a relationship?
Dr. Dome’s process makes space for vulnerability and helps participants engage in empathetic dialogue. Conflict is normal and survivable, and you don’t need special skills or experience to navigate it—you just need practice. Compassionate Dialogue is a step-by-step guide that shows how to lean into difficult conversations, recognize the role emotions play when we are not in control of them, and create a solid foundation for change, progress, healing, and resolution. When it comes to hard topics, effective communication skills are an asset, vulnerability is necessary, and forgiveness is vital. 
In Let’s Talk About Race (And Other Hard Things), communication expert and equity consultant Dr. Nancy Dome provides you with a framework to recognize feelings, interrupt flawed patterns, and repair relationships. 
Join Rev. Dr. TLC and Dr. Dome as they discuss how this framework can be utilized in business, education, and communities throughout the country.
Website: https://drnancydome.com
Social Media: https://www.facebook.com/DrNancyDome
https://www.instagram.com/drnancydome/
https://twitter.com/NancyDomeEdD
 
 
Tune in for this important conversation at TalkRadio.nyc or watch the Facebook Livestream by Clicking Here.
 
Segment 1
Rev. Dr. TLC asks her audience to take a moment to find our breath. She asks us to tune in to that which gives you life and to connect with divine wisdom to help prepare us for today’s topic. Rev. Dr. TLC introduces her guest Dr. Nancy Dome, an author, speaker, and co-founder of Epic Education Center. Dr. Nancy has been involved in education for over three decades. She has worked with Rev. Dr. TLC throughout the years, training educators on racial equity. Rev. Dr. TLC asks Dr. Nancy what keeps her grounded during challenging times. Dr. Nancy stays committed to the children who depend on her. She finds being in nature has a way of keeping her balanced. Rev. Dr. TLC shares how difficult it can be to talk about race to groups where everyone isn’t open to the discussion. Before the break, Dr. Nancy shares a touching story about a student who was going through a difficult time but eventually found his way. 



Segment 2 
Rev. Dr. TLC asks Dr. Nancy what inspired her new book, Let’s Talk About Race and Other Hard Things. Dr. Nancy shares how protocol, compassion, and dialogue has been a pillar to the foundation of what she teaches out in the field; publishing this book was a way to reach a bigger audience. Rev. Dr. TLC asks Dr. Nancy if there is a specific conversation she remembers from her training that had a negative impact. Dr. Nancy expresses her disapproval of passive body language and how it can disrupt the group. Dr. Nancy says you have to believe most people are good and assume positive intentions. That way you can ask better questions. Before the break, Rev. Dr. TLC shares a personal experience she had with a woman who used inappropriate language during her training. Rev. Dr. TLC expressed how she and the other people of color felt uncomfortable in that moment and she knew she needed to confront the woman. After sometime Rev. Dr. TLC was able to confront the lady who later apologized through email.  



Segment 3
Rev. Dr. TLC and Dr. Nancy continue to discuss the importance of compassion and protocol when met with difficult conversations. Dr. Nancy mentions a review she read in her book from a woman who identified as white and expressed how angry she was at her community. Dr. Nancy talks about how anger doesn't inspire change. Her role as an educator is to create a space where pe

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