Children & Youth Programs
The Compassionate Warrior Boot Camp provides an elegantly sequenced set of short assignments that, step-by-step, build up ally’s ability to engage in productive race conversations with family, friends, and coworkers whose racial views they find problematic. Learn more about the Compassionate Warrior Boot Camp curriculum here.
About the Authors
Dr. David Campt, founder of the Ally Conversation Toolkit (ACT) has been a national leader in creating dialogue about racial equity for more than two decades. His clients have included The White House, social justice organizations, Members of Congress, the foundation community, labor unions, corporations, universities, and non-profit organizations. ACT has touched thousands of people in person and on-line, and represents an important innovation in the struggle for racial equity.
Allison Mahaley is a graduate of UNC-Chapel Hill. Her undergraduate studies were in middle school education and her Masters is in School Administration and Leadership. She is a veteran of public education having served at schools in Alamance, Durham and Chapel Hill-Carrboro as a teacher, technology facilitator, magnet coordinator, and school administrator. She is also a member of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Hillsborough where she and her husband have been members since 1999. She has served as the chair of the Religious Education Committee, the Membership Committee, and Ministerial Committee. She is currently the Team Lead for Faith in Action. The UUSC and UUA have provided her with a small grant to offer anti-racism training through the NC Love Resists Campaign.
Participants are encouraged to join in fellowship with the evening meal starting at 6:00 pm. For more information, view Sunday Night Live below.