Did you miss the amazing first and second sessions of this blunt-talking series? If so, no worries, because we’re back for a not-to-be-missed grand finale!
Join Sherita Herring as she interviews featured experts, Dr. David Gruder and Ty Pruitt, as we complete this series that delves deeply into some of today’s most difficult conversations.
As we deal with the current disjointed political climate and racial divides across the country, Ty and David continue to model positive conversations about touchy topics so uncertainty and discord are replaced by centeredness and collaboration.
These “TWO SHADES OF KNOWLEDGE” forums bring together the two most persecuted cultures in history, via a Black Man and a Jewish Man. Ty and David bridge worlds to create a safe space for having the hard conversations that others run away from, so enduring solutions can at last emerge.
Topics They’ll Finish Touching On in This Segment Include…
=> Why trauma is not a badge of honor: The hidden damage of chronic trauma
=> The dance between superiority and guilt
=> Why “privilege groups” feeling guilty doesn’t solve the problem
=> Ways to be in a “target group” without having a victim mentality
=> And more!
Ty and David’s Joint Biography
Ty Pruitt is a Hollywood producer and actor who, as the cousin of Michael Brown, was the family’s spokesperson with the national media in the aftermath of his being killed by the police in Ferguson, MO, while Dr. David Gruder is a 12-award-winning bestselling psychologist who Radio-TV Interview Report named America’s Integrity Expert, and who was frequently ambushed and beaten up by antisemites as a young teenager.
With perspectives from two persecuted cultures, Ty and David come together to bridge worlds and create a safe space for having the hard conversations that others run away from, so enduring solutions can at last emerge.
Register & Mark Your Calendar for this final date/time:
=> Date: Saturday December 19, 2020
=> Time: 9:30am Pacific | 10:30am Mountain | 11:30am Central | 12:30pm Eastern.
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