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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🌈 Join us for Hues of You workshop hosted by Adoption Support Alliance! 🎨 
Lets discover more about the skin we are in together! 
RSVP now. 🌟 https://www.adoptionsupportalliance.org/events-1/hues-of-you-workshop-w-brownicity
#HuesOfYou #SelfDiscovery #AdoptionSupportAlliance
🗓️ Save the Date: March 3rd
🕒 Time: 3:30 - 5:00 pm
📍 Location: 3646 Central Ave.

🌈 Join us for "Hues of You" workshop hosted by Adoption Support Alliance! 🎨

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This story was told during an interview with a Black woman, a leader in her church, participating in research on race in America. It has also been shared publicly by Broadway Baptist Church in Fort Worth, TX, some of which is included.
This is but one act of reparation and it is in no way the totality of what is required to undo the harm caused by complicity in White supremacy or the dishonor given to Mr. Thomas in his lifetime, as well as so many others.
But it is an example of people who are doing the work of antiracism, and these kinds of memorials are not without meaning. They are public symbols, outward signs of an inward intent to acknowledge our past, confess its harm, and transform our history. They are visible expressions of a commitment to change.
You can read more of the story on these posts:
🔗 https://cbfblog.com/2022/07/18/acknowledge-confess-transform-how-one-congregation-is-pursuing-reconciliation-and-justice/
🔗 https://www.facebook.com/BroadwayFortWorth/posts/10165391903973990/?paipv=0&eav=AfYIb3NEZtoVe-g4mcrutCvl729NPkMGlqbRXrG9ED-uUZm6-BntMQeaMOz5p-Z3YqA&_rdr 
🔗 https://www.facebook.com/photo/?fbid=675615181277889&set=pb.100064882384181.-2207520000.
#stories #Wednesdaystory #Wednesdaywisdom #HowWeHeal #racialhealing #antiracism #Reparations #BlackHistory365 #OneHumanity

This story was told during an interview with a Black woman, a leader in her church, participating in research on race in America. It has also been shared publicly by Broadway Baptist Church in Fort Worth, TX, some of which is included.

This is but one act of reparation and it is in no way the totality of what is required to undo the harm caused by complicity in White supremacy or the dishonor given to Mr. Thomas in his lifetime, as well as so many others.But it is an example of people who are doing the work of antiracism, and these kinds of memorials are not without meaning. They are public symbols, outward signs of an inward intent to acknowledge our past, confess its harm, and transform our history. They are visible expressions of a commitment to change.You can read more of the story on these posts:🔗 cbfblog.com/2022/07/18/acknowledge-confess-transform-how-one-congregation-is-pursuing-reconciliat...🔗 www.facebook.com/BroadwayFortWorth/posts/10165391903973990/?paipv=0&eav=AfYIb3NEZtoVe-g4mcrutCvl7...🔗 www.facebook.com/photo/?fbid=675615181277889&set=pb.100064882384181.-2207520000.#stories #Wednesdaystory #Wednesdaywisdom #HowWeHeal #racialhealing #antiracism #Reparations #BlackHistory365 #OneHumanity ... See MoreSee Less

If you’ve not explored Black History Month before, I encourage you to do so as a chance to open your mind and your heart to the men and women you will meet during the month. They have an uncanny knack for speaking to tired stereotypes and worn-out biases.
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These people achieved and gave of themselves despite being told no Blacks allowed, despite good ‘ole boy networks that dismissed them, despite the threat of incarceration for stepping out of line.  That spirit, that tenacity, and that resilience…well, I believe that is about as American ideal as you can get. -- Tracey McKee
Read more on our blog: 
🔗 https://brownicity.com/blog/black-history-month-celebrating-the-american-ideal/.
#BHM #blackhistorymonth🖤 #celebrateblackhistory❤️ #blackhistory365 #reflections #learning #manyhues #OneHumanity

"If you’ve not explored Black History Month before, I encourage you to do so as a chance to open your mind and your heart to the men and women you will meet during the month. They have an uncanny knack for speaking to tired stereotypes and worn-out biases."

🖤❤️💛💚"These people achieved and gave of themselves despite being told 'no Blacks allowed,' despite 'good ‘ole boy' networks that dismissed them, despite the threat of incarceration for 'stepping out of line.' That spirit, that tenacity, and that resilience…well, I believe that is about as American ideal as you can get." -- Tracey McKeeRead more on our blog:🔗 brownicity.com/blog/black-history-month-celebrating-the-american-ideal/.#BHM #blackhistorymonth🖤 #celebrateblackhistory❤️ #blackhistory365 #reflections #learning #manyhues #OneHumanity ... See MoreSee Less

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