WHO WE ARE
healers...learners...builders...storymakers = Protagonists
Social Centric Institute, SCi (pronounced "sky"), is a Phoenix Arizona based non-profit and learning community. With one-on-one or small group coaching, community events, professional development, and workshop intensives, we train anyone to be healers of historical trauma. When more people understand implicit bias and the intersections of race with all identities, they enhance capacities to share power: in relationships, within families, among friends or coworkers, in places of worship, on teams, in industry or institutions, and society overall. We believe holistic progress that doesn’t hurt the ecosphere and serves all Earth’s peoples is possible. Please work with us, be part of the Healing!
SOCIAL CENTRIC INSTITUTE
Develop healers of historical trauma around racial intersections, class, religion, gender, and environmental disruption to help all peoples live better together.
What a journey "to" and "with" Social Centric Institute looks like...
1st: There's curiosity and
recognition of a need for action...
A Protagonist is someone, some group, or some organization desiring betterment, change, education, equity, greater unity, or solutions. This Protagonist contacts SCi.
Then: There's collaboration
and development of better habits...
After contacting SCi with questions or participating in Social Centric events, experiences, and or training, Protagonists build relationships to assist one another achieve meaning and purpose while serving.
Now: Protagonist serve and
share learning with the SCi community.
A SCi learning community of Protagonists witness measurable transformations of individuals, communities, and institutions with regards to healing historical traumas. This learning is investigated and made accessible, in relevant meaningful ways, for all communities and demographics to use in their approaches for the betterment of society.
"Social Centric helps us rediscover our own power and agency in reconciling, affirming, and restoring our collective humanity."
-SCi Protagonist, Warren Taylor / School Advocate,
Equity & ELD Specialist for Minnesota Dept. of Education