In our recent work focusing on welcoming community conversations, centered around inclusion for all, we found ourselves in Clarkston, Georgia engaging with the refugee community.
Representation matters. Too often, our plays and movies highlight mainstream actors and marginalize actors with non-mainstream attributes. Come and hear from multiple voices to open our eyes and ears to what radical inclusion looks like.
Hello everyone! In my “other” professional life, my non-Compassionate Atlanta life that is (how is that possible?), I do a lot of work in cultural diversity and inclusion.
The Clarkston Culture Fest aims to highlight the best of what Clarkston has to offer, and to share it with others. The theme is: “Educate, Appreciate, Celebrate.”
This October, Compassionate Atlanta is hosting our fall fundraiser Mirrors: Bringing Compassion to Life, a night of sharing powerful stories that illuminate the way compassion can change our lives. #CAmirrors: Instagram | Twitter Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/mirrors-bringing-compassion-to-life-tickets-48817801358 Initiatives: Children & Youth Community
Knowing “the other” is the first step in building understanding and community. This is FREE and open to the public.
#CompassionateAtlantaMonthlyMeetup In this introductory, experiential workshop, Folami and McKenzie will show you how to tap into expanding compassion as you confront your own biases and others’, improve your listening skills, and ask powerful questions to help create courageous conversations. Culture
Bring your family to a FREE event for stories with Vendors, Food, and Fun!
Join us to hear real stories of immigrant mothers, who have sacrificed so much to start over for a better live for themselves and their family.