Session Description

Created by World Trust, Understanding Intersectionality in Relation to Racial Equity was a 90-minute virtual workshop that allowed attendees to reflect upon and work towards a greater understanding of intersectionality and how it connects with equity.



Agreements for Multicultural Interactions (PDF)

Becoming an Anti-Racist Org (PDF)

Equity and Empowerment Lens (PDF)

Microaggressions (PDF)

Perspectives of Privilege (PDF)

Strategic Questioning: Practice Roles (PDF)

Strategic Questioning: Short Version (PDF)

Strategic Questioning: Additional Short Version (PDF)



Amikaeyla Gaston

Amikaeyla Gaston, Co-Executive Director of World Trust, is a performer, public keynote speaker, educator, and author. She unlocked her self-expression while recovering from a near fatal hate crime, and now travels the world extensively as a cultural arts ambassador for the State Department, bringing together artists and healers to promote healing and wellness through the arts and activism. Her international program of public dialogue allows those from different traditions and nationalities to gather and address issues concerning communities at large, and has been utilized by the Department of Health & Human Services, USAID, The American Psychological Association, SAMHSA, and the United Nations High Commission on Refugees.