Kai Hazelwood & Sarah Ashkin
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Topic: How to Embody Anti-Racism
Links: Website, Mailing List, Social: @wepracticeprogress, Email: email@example.com
About Kai & Sarah: Kai Hazelwood (she/her) is a transdisciplinary artist, educator, and co-founder of Practice Progress, a consultancy addressing structural, professional, and interpersonal white supremacy through body based learning that serves non and for profit businesses, educational institutions, and individuals. She is currently an adjunct professor at Chapman University teaching dance technique through an anti-racist framework. Kai is also the founder and artistic director of Good Trouble Makers, a practice driven arts collaborative celebrating plural-sexual/bi+ identities and centering BIPOC. Good Trouble Makers are dedicated to making.
Sarah Ashkin's (she/her) is a arts and justice educator, anti-racist facilator, and choreographer working at the intersection of critical race studies, healing and education. Sarah has been teaching for over a decade, from toddlers to adults, supporting students in honing the tools they need to dismantle and rebuild our world for the better. Sarah’s work responds to her BIPOC teachers, students, and collaborators call to organize white people for racial justice through body-based learning. Sarah holds a Masters in Dance, Politics and Sociology from the University of Roehampton, London and is a current doctoral student in Performance Studies at University of California, Davis.