The circle is full: what does masculinity mean to me?
Registration at: firstname.lastname@example.org
+++ For BIPoC (Black People, Indigenous People & People of Color) who identify as male +++ .
We come together to listen and share with each other (only whoever wants to) how the societies and environments in which we live and grew up have shaped us BIPoC men. The intention is to meet us with an open heart, giving us the opportunity to grow, to let go of the old toxic masculinity and to experience new sustainable masculinity. The circle is a safe space and everything that is shared here does not leave the circle. What is shared is not assessed.
Mitu is a Healing Artist / Life Coach and accompanies people with awareness work. In individual or group sessions, he uses tools such as: breathwork, bodywork, energy work and communication. The goal is to let go of old patterns and beliefs through touch and conscious breathing, as well as to become aware of how your own body communicates and to get a clear feeling for this. @ mitu.iseeyou
+ The event takes place in spoken German.
* With the label "For members of the black community", we would like to point out that these workshops and events are aimed exclusively at people who position themselves as black (B = Black). That means people who belong to the African diaspora, those who have anti-black experiences of racism and are read by the majority society as non-white. In order to give racially discriminated people the opportunity to articulate their thoughts within a so-called “safe space” without experiencing exclusion and to avoid patronizing a majority of white participants, we design certain courses exclusively.
* With the term "For members of the Black community" we would like to point out that these workshops and events are aimed exclusively at people who position themselves as Black. That means people who are part of the African diaspora, those who experience anti- Black- racism and are categorized as non-white / Black by the white population. In order to give racially discriminated Black people an opportunity to articulate their thoughts within a "safe space", without experiencing exclusion and avoiding the paternalism of a majority of non-Black participants, we create certain spaces exclusively.
** We very much regret that our premises are currently not barrier-free. Our main event room has a step at the entrance. The toilet, washrooms and cloakroom are also only accessible via a threshold and another step. If you have any further questions about accessibility, please do not hesitate to contact us.
** We regret that our premises are currently not barrier-free. Our main event room has one step at the entrance. The toilet and washrooms are also only accessible via a threshold and another step. If you have any further questions about accessibility, please do not hesitate to contact us.
11. Juni 2021
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