Education that brings us together

We design courses, workshops, & resources that educate & inspire people interested in developing themselves, their communities, & organizations for cultivating justice and belonging. 

The Nerve Connecting the brain and rasicm

Launch

On-Demand Resources

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

Learn

Growth Journey

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

  • Launch-level courses for adults & children
  • Intermediate courses 
  • Live pop-up workshops

Lead

Professional Development

Grow into a transformative leader or transform your entire organization through our customized coaching & cohort experiences 

  • Intercultural Development Inventory & Debrief
  • Customized cohorts – support sessions with instructors & coaches
“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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Active Antiracism

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📣 Reminder CLT 👑 area friends -- this Sunday!!
Join us for a Hues of You PLAYshop 🎨 hosted by Adoption Support Alliance. 🎉
Lets discover more about the skin we are in together and help shape positive attitudes, reduce biases, and foster a sense of belonging in every child!
 🖍 RSVP now at 🔗 https://www.adoptionsupportalliance.org/events-1/hues-of-you-workshop-w-brownicity.
👦🏼 👧🏽 Who: Children ages preschool - 5th grade (and their caregivers)
🗓️ Date: Sunday, March 3rd
🕒 Time: 3:30 - 5:00 pm
📍 Location: 3646 Central Ave.
Hope to see you there! 👏🏿👏🏾👏🏼
#HuesOfYou #PLAYshop #SelfDiscovery #curiosity #AdoptionSupportAlliance

📣 Reminder CLT 👑 area friends -- this Sunday!!

Join us for a "Hues of You" PLAYshop 🎨 hosted by Adoption Support Alliance. 🎉Let's discover more about the skin we are in together and help shape positive attitudes, reduce biases, and foster a sense of belonging in every child! 🖍 RSVP now at 🔗 www.adoptionsupportalliance.org/events-1/hues-of-you-workshop-w-brownicity.👦🏼 👧🏽 Who: Children ages preschool - 5th grade (and their caregivers)🗓️ Date: Sunday, March 3rd🕒 Time: 3:30 - 5:00 pm📍 Location: 3646 Central Ave.Hope to see you there! 👏🏿👏🏾👏🏼#HuesOfYou #PLAYshop #SelfDiscovery #curiosity #AdoptionSupportAlliance ... See MoreSee Less

Imagine feeling the warmth of belonging, only to have it snatched away because of the color of your skin. This powerful story shared by a Black woman Baptist pastor reveals the painful reality of racism even within places of worship. 
Racism hurts all of us. Sometimes its hidden. Sometimes it blatant. But it doesnt just harm its immediate recipients; it also erodes the dignity of our common humanity, denying us the richness of diversity and true oneness. 
Together we can be better and do better. Lets work towards building inclusive spaces where everyone is welcomed and valued. ❤️‍🩹
What thoughts does this story evoke for you?
#WednesdayStory #stories #EndRacism #UnityInDiversity #bebetterdobetter #ConfrontWhiteSupremacy #dignity #racialhealing #manyhues #OneHumanity

Imagine feeling the warmth of belonging, only to have it snatched away because of the color of your skin. This powerful story shared by a Black woman Baptist pastor reveals the painful reality of racism even within places of worship.

Racism hurts all of us. Sometimes it's hidden. Sometimes it blatant. But it doesn't just harm its immediate recipients; it also erodes the dignity of our common humanity, denying us the richness of diversity and true oneness.Together we can be better and do better. Let's work towards building inclusive spaces where everyone is welcomed and valued. ❤️‍🩹What thoughts does this story evoke for you?#WednesdayStory #stories #endracism #UnityInDiversity #bebetterdobetter #ConfrontWhiteSupremacy #dignity #racialhealing #manyhues #OneHumanity ... See MoreSee Less

In reflecting on what Black History Month means to me, I realized that, unfortunately, Black History Month was never part of my education. I went through school in the 70s and college in the 80s, but everything I know about Black history I have learned in the past decade. It was not taught to me in school. This made me curious to learn a little more about when Black history began to be taught in schools.
🖤❤️💛💚
Read more on our blog as Laura Petrovich Marti shares her reflections on Black History Month and some of the things she has learned along the way: 👇🏾👇🏼
🔗 https://brownicity.com/blog/reflections-on-black-history-month-connecting-past-present-and-future/.
What have you been learning this Black History Month?
#BHM #blackhistorymonth🖤 #celebrateblackhistory❤️ #blackhistory365 #reflections #learning #learn2learn #manyhues #OneHumanity

"In reflecting on what Black History Month means to me, I realized that, unfortunately, Black History Month was never part of my education. I went through school in the 70s and college in the 80s, but everything I know about Black history I have learned in the past decade. It was not taught to me in school. This made me curious to learn a little more about when Black history began to be taught in schools."

🖤❤️💛💚Read more on our blog as Laura Petrovich Marti shares her reflections on Black History Month and some of the things she has learned along the way: 👇🏾👇🏼🔗 brownicity.com/blog/reflections-on-black-history-month-connecting-past-present-and-future/.What have you been learning this Black History Month?#BHM #blackhistorymonth🖤 #celebrateblackhistory❤️ #blackhistory365 #reflections #learning #learn2learn #manyhues #OneHumanity ... See MoreSee Less

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