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Community Accountability in Lindy Hop registration

April 5, 2019 to April 5, 2019

The  BC Vernacular Jazz Dance Society is thrilled to invite you to the  Community Accountability in Lindy Hop workshop, happening at Lindy Bout  XIII: 

Building  on 2018's Consent & Inclusivity workshop, you're invited to spend  an interactive two-and-a-quarter hours with facilitators Kim Dee &  Justin Roll of Consent Crew and Amanda Huettner of the Feminist  Association for Collaborative Education (FACE) BC.

This year's workshop will explore Community Accountability by:

- introducing the concept of calling people in vs. calling people out; 
- providing a framework for HOW (and when) to have calling in conversations
- presenting & discussing the values of a compassionate culture (vs. a dominance one);
- exploring how we might meaningfully respond to situations that cause pain & anger.

Start  your Lindy Bout Friday by thoughtfully engaging with fellow dancers  from across Canada and the Pacific Northwest to work towards fostering a  more compassionate community--together.


Full details are on the Community Accountability in Lindy Hop website; if you have any questions, please contact the organizers at saferspaces@vernacularjazzdancesociety.ca

Sliding Scale Facilitator Donation This workshop has a suggested donation of $10-15 per person to cover the costs of the awesome facilitators. If you'd like to make a donation on-line now, please choose the amount below. Otherwise skip to the bottom of the form and choose "pay at door". No one will be turned away for lack of funds.
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You will receive an email confirming your registration and another when your payment is processed. Your registration number will be your "electronic ticket" (No physical ticket will be issued.)