An online open forum gathering where you can share, process, and witness the stories of experiences with racism and inequality at this time.
1. What is an Open Forum?
An Open Forum is a community experience bringing together people from different walks of life together to share, voice, and witness the stories and experiences of individuals.
2. How does an Open Forum work?
While each Open Forum is uniuqe, the central guidelines of the experience are set up so one person at a time can share a story or experience relevant to the broader topic at hand. This is NOT a discussion though. Our role is to simply be in witness without responding, defending, or adding to anyone else's share.
This Open Forum will be held on Zoom, and will not be recorded.
3. What is the meaning of the title "Racism-20 during Covid-19"
This Open Forum was created in response to the killing of George Floyd this week. However, this is not the focus of the experience. The focus is on helping all participants process, express, and witness what they need to about their own experiences with Racism during 2020 and during Covid-19, regardless of whether you consider yourself part of the black community or not.
The intent is to be inclusive and address the shared experiences around Racism and Inequality.
4. Will the Open Forum be recorded?
5. Will this be the only conversation on this topic?
We are planning to hold a follow-up session in the near future. This session is focused on past and present experiences. The next session will be focused on the future we would like to create going forward and the roles we can play.
6. Who is Niiamah Ashong?
Niiamah Ashong is the founder of the Next Era Odyssey Mastermind. His life and soul's purpose is to Champion the Leaders who are Shaping the Next Era of Humanity.
He does this as a Coach and Sherpa to high-perfoming Trailblazers who are on the journey of making their unique contribution to create new paths to success for themselves and others.
Visit https://niiamahashong.com/resources to access recorded coaching conversations and more.
7. Is there a tl;dw (too long; didn't watch) transcript of the invitation video?