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The Brownicity Team offers eye-opening, anti-racism education through customized courses and events. We support learners of all ages by partnering with individuals, churches, schools and companies.

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Build a solid foundation with our ever-growing library of courses, books, and more designed by trusted educators.

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Plant yourself on a growth journey with guided development through our series of courses and interactive workshops.

  • Launch-level courses for adults & children
  • Intermediate courses 
  • Interactive workshops

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Grow into a transformative leader or transform your entire organization through our customized consulting, coaching, and/or cohort experiences 

  • Intercultural Development Inventory & debrief
  • Specialized cohorts – support sessions with instructors & coaches
  • Our 3-Stage Professional Development Plan
“Dr. Lucretia Berry and Brownicity are exactly what we need in today’s business community. Her approach to education is smart and effective, I have consulted directly with Dr. Berry and highly recommend her to any of the companies I work with”.
Chris McKee
Managing Director,
McKee Group Capital
“I found the course on trauma & resilience very insightful & helpful. Honoring the difficult in facing racism, while remembering times I’ve overcome in the past, gave me a great framework to move forward”.
Anj Shutt
Founder,
True Life Exchange
“My understanding has been changed & my actions & statements have been forever altered. I could take the Foundations course again & again & increase my understanding each time as I work to grow as an anti-racist teacher and member of this society”.
Vikki Hough
Middle School Language Arts

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We offer eye-opening antiracism education through courses & events.

What LIES Between Us.

This course and guide are for those stirred toward racial healing but don’t know where to begin. Historically, conversations about race/ism are treacherous waters to navigate and the ‘colorblind’ approach has robbed us of a framework, context, and language.

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Shifting the focus from consumerism to the joy of giving! Brownicity  •   November 26, 2023 Giving Tuesday is a compelling initiative that turned into a sort

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🎁✨ Unwrap the gift of joyful learning this holiday season with the bKids Toolbox! 📚🌟
Curated by Brownicity moms, expert educators, and artists, this special collection sparks curiosity, nurtures exploration, and fosters engagement for the entire family. Dive into captivating read-alongs, vibrant books, creative coloring pages, exciting activities, and meaningful conversations. 🎨📖🌟 
🎀 SPECIAL Hues of You HOLIDAY OFFER 🎀
Order your bKids Toolbox this December and receive an exclusive holiday treat: our Hues of You: Learning About the Skin You Are In Activity Book added to your toolbox as a gift from Brownicity! 🎉📗 
🌈 Dont miss this delightful addition to explore and embrace the beauty of diverse skin tones! 👏🏾👏🏽👏🏼
Follow this link to learn more...and 👉 grab your bKids Toolbox now to elevate your familys learning journey:
🔗 https://brownicity.com/blog/curated-for-joyful-learning-meet-the-bkids-toolbox-a-holiday-gift/.
Teach kids about antiracism while having fun together‼️ 🧑🏼‍🦰👧🏿👱🏼‍♀️🧑🏽‍🦱
#holidaygiftideas #HolidayGiftGuide #AntiracismForKids #antiracisteducation #FamilyLearning #SpecialOffer #JoyfulLearning #letslearn #LearningIsFun

🎁✨ Unwrap the gift of joyful learning this holiday season with the bKids Toolbox! 📚🌟

Curated by Brownicity moms, expert educators, and artists, this special collection sparks curiosity, nurtures exploration, and fosters engagement for the entire family. Dive into captivating read-alongs, vibrant books, creative coloring pages, exciting activities, and meaningful conversations. 🎨📖🌟🎀 SPECIAL 'Hues of You' HOLIDAY OFFER 🎀Order your bKids Toolbox this December and receive an exclusive holiday treat: our 'Hues of You: Learning About the Skin You Are In' Activity Book added to your toolbox as a gift from Brownicity! 🎉📗🌈 Don't miss this delightful addition to explore and embrace the beauty of diverse skin tones! 👏🏾👏🏽👏🏼Follow this link to learn more...and 👉 grab your bKids Toolbox now to elevate your family's learning journey:🔗 brownicity.com/blog/curated-for-joyful-learning-meet-the-bkids-toolbox-a-holiday-gift/.Teach kids about antiracism while having fun together‼️ 🧑🏼‍🦰👧🏿👱🏼‍♀️🧑🏽‍🦱#holidaygiftideas #holidaygiftguide #antiracismforkids #antiracisteducation #familylearning #SpecialOffer #JoyfulLearning #letslearn #learningisfun ... See MoreSee Less

What are Narratives and why are they important? 🤔
Dominant narrative is the lens through which history is told from the perspective of the dominant culture. 👇🏾👇🏽
When the stories people hear and repeat about Native Americans are filled with negative stereotypes, misperceptions, myths, and the sense that they are invisible or gone, people make an assumption that this is “the way things are.” This becomes the dominant narrative, or the accepted story, about Native peoples in the U.S. 
Anytime we examine narratives in relation to marginalized people, most of the time crucial perspectives are lost and voices are silenced. Exercising caution about the narratives we hear about such groups becomes critical, because often the narrative does not really tell “their” story. 
Narrative change is an intentional effort to replace an existing narrative with something new. Narrative change can lead to shifts in attitudes, behaviors, practices and policies — and can lead to deeper and lasting changes in systems and culture.
IT’S TIME FOR THE OLD, FALSE NARRATIVES ABOUT NATIVE PEOPLES TO CHANGE AND BE REPLACED WITH NEW ONES! 👏🏾👏🏽👏🏼
Native groups are working hard to change the narratives about themselves, and we can help by educating ourselves and speaking up with the #truth.
Read more here: 🔗 https://brownicity.com/blog/what-competing-narratives-taught-me-about-native-nations/.
What are some harmful, false narratives (or myths) about Native Americans that you’ve heard? Share your thoughts in the comments.
#nativeamerican #wordsmatter #narratives #reclaimingnativetruth #antiracisteducation #storiesmatter #letslearn 
Photo credit: First Nations Development Institute

What are Narratives and why are they important? 🤔

'Dominant narrative' is the lens through which history is told from the perspective of the dominant culture. 👇🏾👇🏽When the stories people hear and repeat about Native Americans are filled with negative stereotypes, misperceptions, myths, and the sense that they are invisible or gone, people make an assumption that this is “the way things are.” This becomes the 'dominant narrative,' or the accepted story, about Native peoples in the U.S.Anytime we examine narratives in relation to marginalized people, most of the time crucial perspectives are lost and voices are silenced. Exercising caution about the narratives we hear about such groups becomes critical, because often the narrative does not really tell “their” story.'Narrative change' is an intentional effort to replace an existing narrative with something new. Narrative change can lead to shifts in attitudes, behaviors, practices and policies — and can lead to deeper and lasting changes in systems and culture.IT’S TIME FOR THE OLD, FALSE NARRATIVES ABOUT NATIVE PEOPLES TO CHANGE AND BE REPLACED WITH NEW ONES! 👏🏾👏🏽👏🏼Native groups are working hard to change the narratives about themselves, and we can help by educating ourselves and speaking up with the #truth.Read more here: 🔗 brownicity.com/blog/what-competing-narratives-taught-me-about-native-nations/.What are some harmful, false narratives (or myths) about Native Americans that you’ve heard? Share your thoughts in the comments.#nativeamerican #wordsmatter #narratives #reclaimingnativetruth #antiracisteducation #storiesmatter #letslearnPhoto credit: First Nations Development Institute ... See MoreSee Less

Ready to learn? Check out our blog today where Laura Marti shares what she learned about narratives on her visit to the National Museum of the American Indian. 👉🏼👉🏽👉🏾
🔗 https://brownicity.com/blog/what-competing-narratives-taught-me-about-native-nations/.
🔸How have the historical narratives told about Native Americans impacted our history? 
🔸How have these narratives influenced how non-Native Americans see Native Nations?
Share your thoughts and what youve been learning this Native American Heritage Month!
#learning #learningjourney #NativeAmericans #NativeAmericanHeritageMonth #NMAI #treaties #narratives #WeAreStillHere

Ready to learn? Check out our blog today where Laura Marti shares what she learned about 'narratives' on her visit to the National Museum of the American Indian. 👉🏼👉🏽👉🏾

🔗 brownicity.com/blog/what-competing-narratives-taught-me-about-native-nations/.🔸How have the historical narratives told about Native Americans impacted our history?🔸How have these narratives influenced how non-Native Americans see Native Nations?Share your thoughts and what you've been learning this Native American Heritage Month!#learning #LearningJourney #NativeAmericans #NativeAmericanHeritageMonth #NMAI #treaties #narratives #WeAreStillHere ... See MoreSee Less

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