Dr. Kalise Wornum, “Addressing Personal Bias…”

Virtual Event

Spark Kindness, in partnership with Natick is United, will welcome Kalise Wornum, PhD as she leads an interactive program for all ages on learning practical ways to address bias in one's self, the community, in families, and in organizations. During this presentation Dr. Wornum will teach techniques to identify personal biases and promote antiracist and […]

Reading Frederick Douglass

The Natick Historical Society will hold a Community Read of Frederick Douglass's 1852 speech, “What to the Slave is the Fourth of July?” The read will begin with an introduction by Wellesley College Professor of History Brenna Greer. Each reader will then have the opportunity to read 1-3 paragraphs from the speech, which is about […]

Spark Kindness—”How to move forward during difficult times”

Virtual Event

Are you, your child or someone you care for feeling stuck? Psychologist and author Lisa Coyne, PhD will share actionable microskills to help you tolerate the discomfort of living through challenging times, face your fears and move forward to live a more connected and meaningful life. DATE: Wednesday, May 4 TIME: 7pm-8pm REGISTRATION: Register here for this […]