We acknowledge that many people involved in anti-racist work come from all different socioeconomic backgrounds. We hold this reality while also holding the reality of event production costs and the costs of bringing some of the world’s top educators to public spaces. We do our best to make it possible for folks to attend despite financial circumstance by offering a sliding scale
We also recognize that white supremacy and capitalism are deeply interwoven systems that have historically strategically and systemically prevented BIPOC communities from accumulated wealth. In the spirit of reparations, we prioritize offering financial support to people who identify as BIPOC.
We have a limited number of partial scholarships available for people who would otherwise not be able to attend this event. If you are in need of financial assistance in order to attend an event, we welcome you to reach out to us via email and we will work with you to see what is possible.