What part of this training was most useful? What did you get out of this webinar?
"The terminology! And I liked how he approached with a light touch."
"An honest presenter where the safety to ask challenging questions is made clear."
"New poverty reduction information."
"B was fantastic!"
"The correct terminology, the language, opening the conversation."
"I have been doing a lot of anti-racist work and trying to be a better ally. Your analogy of the spoons was something I had heard of when it comes to chronic illness, but it really connected with me as an AHA moment when it comes to my spoons as a person who holds privilege in many areas. This made it more tangible to me."
"I appreciated that B wasn't afraid to get uncomfortable (but after providing content warning). He
provided concrete examples of language we should all avoid to avoid causing harm to certain groups of marginalized people."
"I loved that B shared so much of his own journey, and his family's, with such a great sense of humour."
"Likes how Treaty 6,7, 8 and Metis Land was recognized as Land we are Learning on."
"Thank you B."
"This is much needed training. I hope for more in the future. We all know dark divisive forces are at
work in Alberta. It must be countered by us all."
"Hope to see you next year."
"Thank you so much, B! It was an awesome presentation. Very engaging even though there wasn't a huge opportunity for back and forth."
"Great job B!"
Attendee evaluations from "Diversity & Inclusion: LGBTQ2S+ Allyship" webinar (October, 2020)