Learn how to act on your vision for a better world with Omkari Williams. This program is an opportunity for teens/20-somethings and beyond to find their way into activism and learn how to participate in causes that are important to them.
This program includes:
- Identifying your activist archetype
- Exploring your "origin" story (why you care about social justice in the first place)
- Finding out how to use that to fuel your social justice work
- Choosing your cause(s)
- Building a plan of activism that is sustainable for you
- Finding and building community
The Somers Library ~ (914) 232-5717 ~ www.somerslibrary.org
Our programs are supported by the Friends of the Somers Library through our patrons' generous contributions.
Omkari Williams (https://www.omkariwilliams.com/) speaks to groups and teaches classes on how to find your way of making a difference in the world. With a specialty in working with introverts and Highly Sensitive Persons, she helps quiet activists as well as those comfortable in the spotlight. With talks covering topics such as Everyday Activism, Activism for Introverts and HSPs, and her one to one training Creating Your Customized Activist Roadmap she helps people find and sustain their way of being an activist in this world.
This is a collaboration between Greenburgh Public Library, Bedford Hills Free Library, Bronxville Public Library, Croton Free Library, Dobbs Ferry Public Library, Mamaroneck Public Library, Hendrick Hudson Free Library, Ossining Public Library, The Field Library, Rye Free Reading Room, Somers Library, White Plains Public Library, and Yonkers Public Library