UnRacialize
 
The UnRacialize Movement (A Global Initiative)

The #UNRacialize Movement is an independent relationship initiative.

The like minded ministry partnership of change-makers whose work takes shape across audio, experiential, and social channels. We pursue the extinction of cultural bias through intentional positive interactions, honest and smart dialogue, an honorable moral code and courage.  We seek freedom from generational strongholds of fear, separation, guilt, unworthiness and anger; restoring a healthy spiritual life balance and life together.

Our focus extends beyond personal opinion, politics and news. Using video, audio, print and live events, we "unlearn" bias and learn positive life affirming behaviors.

The #UNRacialize movement in its totality consists of; emBrace Diversity Smart Groups & Conferences, The Checkpoint Podcast, UnRacialize Digital; short video and various print and social media, which together create a tender, unrestrained global movement.
emBrace Diversity Smart Groups & Conference
Best described as Celebrate Recovery meets The Catholic Cursillo movement, emBrace Smart Groups and Conferences provide a safe, focused and judgment free zone for people to express themselves freely, listen generously and tale positive steps toward mending racial relationships; positively impact society; accepting, forgiving, growing and disciplining.
The Checkpoint Podcast
Engaging conversation tackling tough topics of meaning — race, forgiveness, the path forward to social healing, and what it all means in the light of spirituality. Each week guests are passionate honest and raw about the immensity of our lives. Hosted by New York Times Best-Selling Author Leslie Haskin, the .
UnRacialize Digital Campaign
Using sensitive, enlightening content; video, print and social media encourage new racial experiences that create a tender, unrestrained global movement of unlearning racial bias with positive thought.
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The Unracialized Project
“And those who were seen dancing were thought to be insane by those who could not hear the music.” 

Friedrich Nietzsche