So You Went To the Protest, Now What?

Tuesday, November 16, 2021
12:00PM EST

Hey all I'm excited to bring this FREE workshop to transform leaders and advocates by disrupting how we think about diversity, equity, and inclusion. In this workshop you'll discover how I used the 10 principles of disability justice (and my secret sauce) to quickly see gaps and identify opportunities in your leadership, advocacy, and organizations.

 

I've used this to help over tens of thousands of people change their lives at work and at home!

Here's this amazing review on the impact of my work:

RMAPI's (Rochester-Monroe Anti-Poverty Initiative) adoption of a Fight for $15 starting wage owes its existence to you, your tenacity, and perspective in authoring the Disparity report. I stand on your shoulders and others on the project do as well. By my count, several tens of thousands of local workers have been positively impacted.

Bruce Popper is the former president of the Rochester and Vicinity Labor Council, AFL-CIO, and former vice president of 1199 SEIU United Healthcare Workers East.

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So as you can see, my 36 years of being disabled, plus over 20 years of doing advocacy work (which led to my earning wonderful awards) and policy change using principles from a community that is often overlooked can and does work!

I used this method when I was leading the landmark Let's Get Real initiative at the City of Rochester, how I’ve mentored great advocates and it's a process that I have used from advocating from my bedroom to advocating in the boardroom!

In this FREE workshop we will go over one of my core principles called power mapping, which is the technique that I use to help those understand the power that they do have and how to use that power create the change that they wish to see in the world!

And did I mention it’s FREE 99??

 

Who is this training for? I'm glad you asked! This training is for...

  • Change agents

  • Bridge builders

  • Social justice warriors

  • Disabled advocates

  • Elected officials

  • Someone who believes that Back lives matter and wants to ensure a future where everyone’s humanity is honored

Sign up quickly as I have a special offer for the first 20 people to sign up!

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Still Not Convinced? Here's What Folk Have to Say About My Work...

five star amazon review of the book cultivating an intersectional mindset

I am learning to advocate for my kid and make virtual school accessible for him. I like the format of this Journal. I have been able to apply it all in real time! The Journal takes all these huge issues and breaks it up into understandable pieces. It is very challenging but approachable. Each day built off the next and I often found questions would linger in the back of my mind all day. This applies to all relationships across the board from parenting, my family, my friends, community. It's helped me kind of zero in where my power is and how to influence change. – Kristy

It’s really a layered and rich process of discovery. I am only on day four but I am appreciative of what is being revealed. -Stephanie

This first pass has been really good, the prompts are thought-provoking and definitely give you a different frame to view things through. - Kenny

You should attend this workshop if:

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You know that we can't wait for change

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You want to ensure your equity initiative succeeds in the face of great odds (Look at where we at now. We can't afford to continue like we have)

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You understand that justice needs good leaders, like you!

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So here's the deal I’ve been doing advocacy work for over 20 years. 

I have worked with nonprofits, healthcare professionals, and even municipal leaders so I have seen all types of initiatives and what works and what does not. I have also taken beaucoup (that’s fancy for “a lot”) leadership development courses/classes/seminars and often they DO NOT include disability justice principle in their programming.

I have seen (and read!) a lot of books on diversity, equity, and inclusion, and some on disability, but NONE combine these thoughts in the unique way that my book, Cultivating An Intersectional Mindset, does

During this webinar I'm going share a key strategy to help propel your advocacy and leadership forward. I can guarantee that my methodology is transformational and will help you be able to act in real time on key issues of equity, diversity, and inclusion. Most people tell you the "what" but I will also show you the "how" This could be the most valuable 90 minutes you'll spend so sign up now!

Be one of the first 20 people to register and receive a special gift!

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About Luticha Doucette

Luticha André Doucette, owner of Catalyst Consulting graduated from the Rochester Institute of Technology with a degree in Bioinformatics where she developed protein surface prediction algorithms. After graduating, she was a Fellow at the University of Rochester where she worked in a genomics lab that focused on analyzing the venom of parasitoid wasps to develop new drug therapies for various diseases. In 2017 she authored a report on wage disparities across race, gender, and disability in Rochester and Monroe County in conjunction with the Rochester-Monroe Anti-Poverty Initiative and in 2018 authored a follow-up report on employment barriers for disabled people in Rochester and Monroe County.

 

She is a graduate of the Leadership and Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (LEND) Fellowship program and an AUCD Emerging Leader. She is committed to helping organizations examine equity across race, gender identity, and disability in policies, practices, procedures, and relationships. 


She lives in Rochester, NY with her two cats: Luna & Callie

Don't miss this workshop!