Meaningful Interpersonal Necessary Enrichment

M.I.N.E. offers diversity, equity, inclusion and social justice training

Anti-Oppression and Liberation Work

What’s M.I.N.E is now yours to call mine

Meaningful Interpersonal Necessary Enrichment is a source for anti-oppression and liberation work from a love perspective. Our workshops and trainings focus on healing from the inside out. We believe that together we can change the world one person at a time.

The services of M.I.N.E. can be tailored to meet your need

Please let us know how we can help your organization reach its diversity goals.

Our philosophy is simple: Whether you are part of a business, family, religious organization, or non-profit, your group is a community that will function best from a place of love and understanding.

Our commitment is to harness the best in all of us to build a groundswell of freed attention to do the “bigger” things we want to do to change the world around us.

Whether your organization is populated with people familiar with social justice practices or has just begun to grapple with these issues, our goal is the same: To transform your business, family, non-profit, or place of worship into a cohesive multicultural community, and to equip participants with additional tools in order to replicate this work in their daily lives.

What We Do

Our trainings, workshops and individual liberation coaching sessions offer communities some tools to reconcile differences and communicate effectively with many groups of people. Our commitment is to harness the best in all of us to build a groundswell of freed attention to do the “bigger” things we want to do to change the world around us.

Our Goal

Whether your organization is populated with people familiar with social justice practices or has just begun to grapple with these issues, our goal is the same: To transform your business, family, non-profit, or place of worship into a cohesive multicultural community, and to equip participants with additional tools in order to replicate this work in their daily lives.
Your business, family, non-profit, or religious organization is a community that will function at its best from a place of understanding, trust and harmony

Our Toolkit

We draw on multiple sources of information and inspiration in our work, from the academic to the spiritual. The fields of social work and sociology, domestic violence/sexual assault services, the Principals of Kwanzaa, and the YWCA’S One Imperative are all cornerstones of our approach and grounding points within our work.

To hear more about the Principles of Kwanzaa and how they pertain to our work, visit our Meet the Trainer page and listen to Eleta's discussion on Color Commentary.
We understand that oppression is a systemic issue that is propagated through culture and institutions and that it operates on an intersectional basis—individual experience will be divergent based on factors like race, gender, sexual orientation, and the presence or absence of a disability. We understand that it is impossible for any individual to escape unscathed, and oppression must be unlearned.

We use a variety of tools to facilitate this unlearning. Our multi-pronged approach employs listening, play, multimedia, and spiritual work to facilitate engagement, instruct participants and build common ground.

Workshops

Visit our Workshops page for a full catalog of our trainings

Consulting

See our Consulting page for our other offerings

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