Meet Sharon Hurley Hall, Your Teacher
This is a 6-week interactive course to uncover and change hidden biases and become a true anti-racist ally.
Session 1: Are You Biased? (Hint: We All Are!) – In this session, we’ll explore what biases are, what biases you hold and why. We’ll briefly explore concepts including: Stereotypes, prejudice and discrimination.
Session 2: Who’s The Hero? – In this session, we’ll explore perceptions we might hold and how stereotypes we’re surrounded by in the media influence these.
Session 3: The Other Side of History – In this session, we’ll look at what the history books share and explore what else might have happened, that they don’t share!
Session 4: Two Steps Forward, One Step Back – In this session, we’ll explore and understand privilege, what systemic racism means and talk about inequality and fairness.
Session 5: Words Matter – In this session, we’ll look at the language we use and the associations and impact it has; and we’ll explore how to have conversations about race.
Session 6: Telling New Old Stories – In this session, we’ll take a look at the origin of stories by exploring African stories.
- Course Start Date: Wednesday, February 17th 2020
- Class Day/Time: Weekly on a Wednesday, 12pm – 12.45pm Pacific | 3pm – 3.45pm Eastern | 8pm – 8.45pm UK
- Course Duration: 6 weeks.
- Teaching Format: 15-30 minute activity (or 2 activities) followed by 15 minutes live discussion time, supplemented by suggested activities in between classes.
- Age range: 10+ (this is a guide, rather than a strict limit).
- Class size: Maximum of 10.
- Course fees: $100.
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Course fees are $100 per student.
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2-Month Payment Plan
2 monthly payments of $50.
About Your Teacher
Sharon Hurley Hall is a professional B2B writer, the author of Exploring Shadeism, and co-host of the Introvert Sisters podcast. She is committed to anti-racism, and publishes an anti-racism newsletter on Substack.
Sharon lives in Barbados and has worked online for decades. She holds an MA in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education.