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Elephant Talk: Microaggressions


You Belong Here is proud to sponsor our space for

Elephant Talks

Tuesday, October 15th, 7-8:30pm

Join Maharani Peace Hall for a seriously WOKE evening, for you, our community and neighbors!

Elephant Talks are about addressing the “elephant” in the room. We tackle important and sometimes difficult equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI) topics that far too often are pushed aside due to people’s discomfort. In a safe yet brave setting, facilitators embark on a journey of reflection, understanding, growth, and positive change with participants. This is hard but necessary work. The conversations will be uncomfortable at points but with the willingness of all involved the hope is to come to new levels of understanding and compassion. We are all knowledge holders and through deep, meaningful, guided dialogue we can collectively start to change perspectives, hearts, and minds.


This months Elephant Talk is about Microaggressions. Differences aren't always appreciated, acknowledged, or celebrated properly in our society. Sometimes knowingly or unknowingly the way we choose to acknowledge the differences can be disrespectful and even hurtful. What do microaggressions look/sound like? Why does it matter? How can we avoid them? How can we move past them? These are difficult questions with complex answers. Let's do our best to tackle this issue of microaggression in an effort to make our world thoughtful and aware.
If you're interested in being part of the conversation so that your voice is heard, if you want to be the change you wish to see in the world come participate in this free event.

Please invite others!!

Thanks in advance.

Light refreshments provided.

This is a FREE event!!

Maharani is providing light fare for Elephant Talk attendees and has created a Facebook page for folks to register below

About Maharani

Maharani Peace Hall is a Community Activist/Organizer and an Advocate for Social Justice. Her bio reads:

Maharani Peace has been a community organizer for many years. She has been advocate for exposure and change for the arts, education, students, and displaced populations amongst other things. She has spent the last several years attempting to draw attention to issues revolving around Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI). Throughout the years Maharani has had a range of experiences that have led her to want to create, host, and facilitate "Elephant Talks" in an effort to address, unpack, and hopefully start positively changing some of the major topics that impede our humanity. Her sincerest hope is to create a safe yet brave space where conversations can lead to actionable solutions which can take root in the hearts and minds of many so we can literally be the change we want to see in the world.

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