Navigating Microaggressions At Work
for colored girls who are tired of the side comments and stares
Microaggression is a term used for frequent indiginities. This can be verbal, behavioural, or environmental indignities irrespective of their intentionality. These prejudicial slights and or insults are generally towards marginalized groups.
Navigating Microaggressions at Work is for women in need of easy quick and tangible tools to deal with the frequent microaggressions they experience at in their respective workplaces.
Outcomes of this interactive workshop
- What is a microaggression?
- To understand stress and stress overload
- To identify our personal signs and symptoms of stress
- To develop both preventative measures for avoiding burnout
- To highlight intervention strategies
Sable B. is an educator and trainer by trade. She’s a former high school teacher, a current non-profit program director, and creator of Real Brown Girls, an online community of over 50,000 women. Through her work, Sable has has touched over 12,000 people through workshops, conferences, panels, and events. Sable has given out $7200 in scholarships for summer programs to girls ages 12-18 throughout the city of New York through The RBG Foundation. With 10 years of experience, Sable has the background, expertise and skill-set to facilitate healthy and provocative dialogue that conjures up movement no matter her audience. She’s been featured in XONecole, 21Ninety, and Blavity.
She is a native New Yorker, born in Brooklyn, and holds a Bachelor’s Degree in African American Studies and French from Temple University and a Master of Education from University of Pennsylvania.