If we want to build a better world, we need new understandings.
Social change is inevitable. If we want to build a better world, we need new understandings. Implementing diversity, equity, and inclusion training has skyrocketed in the last year. But it’s not enough. We need deeper cultural experiences to reimagine, embody, and repair our world together.
Home Soil Projects offers co-created, experiences to mediate and prevent conflict. Our programming is a practice that generates a culture of non-violence that extends across racial, ethnic, gender, and religious categories. This practice guides people to value collaborative participation because it has the potential to create new forms of cultural experiences. By providing experiential facilitation to individuals and organizations, we connect disparate stories to form mutual understanding of conflict so clients are equipped with knowledge to move toward resolution based on shared values. Through dialogue and collaboration we use co-created forms of social engagement to create common ground.
We encourage clients to consider their bodies to be a place where perspective shifts temporarily. We cultivate a culture where multiple identities, modes of thinking, and ways of doing is an effort toward diversity, equity, and inclusion so being in the world is being in support of others. Whether it be mediating conflict in the workplace or sharing diversity, equity, and inclusion programming, we support individuals and their organizations to reduce inequalities so peace, justice, and strong institutions are more sustainable.