Black employees make up less than 10 percent of higher education professionals, according to data from the College and University Professional Association for Human Resources. This reality is one that ensures that Black higher education professionals are under-resourced, over-exerted, and in need of radical self-care. These restshop experiences are designed to address John Henryism and the health impact of racism amongst Black higher education professionals on all college campuses.
This 9-Day training retreat is offered through partnership with Diasporic Soul in Senegal, West Africa. Participants will integrate culture and contemplative practices to experience healing and restoration and to deepen capacity for self-care, resilience and resistance.
In partnership with the Bryant Educational Leadership Group, the BELG Advisors Institute is a professional development opportunity for professionals advising and mentoring BIPOC students and organizations.
Purpose-centered Afrocentric ceremony design in the traditions of rites of passage ceremonies. This experience emerges participants in affirming activities that acknowledge their participation in a legacy of Black leaders on college campuses and draws on connections to their on sense of purpose, innate dignity and value.
Tailored experiences for staff units, departments, or individuals.