Updated: Aug 31, 2020
Setting the table for racial equity.
The mission of Equitable Dinners is to build community, increase understanding and empathy for the experience of people of color, heighten equity awareness, and activate anti-racist sentiment and activities.
Join me in transforming racism...
"There are no new ideas. There are only new ways of making them felt." - Audrey Lorde
Out of Hand Theater is organizing Equitable Dinners: Lift Every Voice for April - September 2020 in partnership with the National Center for Civil and Human Rights, The King Center, Civic Dinners, Both And Partners, The Absalom Jones Center for Racial Healing, Atlanta Public Schools and City of Atlanta government, with a facilitated conversation about race and equity in every Zoom breakout room, launched by the performance of a very short play written for the occasion.
Equitable Dinners: Lift Every Voice Series will bring an equity lens to the following areas:
April 19 – Health
May 17 – Food
June 14 – Economics
July 19 – Education
August 16 – Housing
September 20 - Voting rights
Be the change you want to see in the world...
“Healing (from a redemptive perspective) restores a lack of wellness in the system back at the same level which the system was originally at-real transformation creates a shift in the story about what is possible or what isn’t possible for you.” - Claire Zammit, PhD
Adria Kitchens is a Certified Feminine Power Transformational Coach, Facilitator and Leader and mother of three amazing adult children living their passions in the world. She has been personally mentored by Dr. Claire Zammit, creator of Feminine Power and founder of Evolving Wisdom, for over a decade. She has a MBA, MAFM from Keller Graduate School of Management, a BA from Johns Hopkins University and is a native of and lives in Atlanta, Georgia.