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White People, Male People gathering #2

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White People, Male People is a program for white guys to get better at fixing Toxic Masculinity and the White Patriarchy.

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White people and male people are a key source and locus of oppression in our society, and historically. To fix this mess, we simply cannot rely on the emotional, social and political labour of the people we are oppressing with our systemic racism, toxic masculinity and white patriarchy.

WE need to do far more to identify these systems, examine where they came from, how they reproduce through the generations, how we personally and individually benefit from them…all so we can use the entitlements we have inherited to dismantle these perverse systems created generations and centuries ago by aristocratic, white, racist, colonialist, patriarchal, slave-owning greedy psychopaths.

This group isn't designed to be exclusive of other people, but it seems that white people and male people have particular problems learning how to get better at being anti-racist and actual intersectional feminists.

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Organizer Stephen Elliott~Buckley

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As a Path Consultant and Prosci Change Managementor from Vancouver, Canada, Stephen works with individuals optimizing their work-life-vocation-volunteering balance, and companies, co-ops and non-profits enriching their stakeholder engagement. This century is about relationships. Those who don't know it yet, are falling behind.

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Stephen has worked in organizational design since 1988. He has facilitated the conferences, sat on the panels, taught high school English and Social Studies in suburban Vancouver and Labour Studies at SFU, and is now a Prosci-certified Change Managementor. He is a pretty decent poet, a fan of geothermal energy and the 7th inning stretch, and he never misses a photo with a lighthouse.

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