LIBERATION THROUGH EDUCATION
Revolution Thinking helps support you on your journey toward living equity. We aim to uplift community voice and create pathways for participation between community and decision makers. We support community desired change and believe in using education as a means to achieve the liberation of all.
Everyone should feel deeply connected to their community and the decisions made about that community. Everyone should also have authentic ways to engage in that decision making while bringing their full selves to participate. At Revolution Thinking, we believe in a world where everyone is comfortable investing in being uncomfortable and willing to act for equity.
RACIAL EQUITY FOUNDATIONS WORKSHOP
Our Racial Equity Foundations workshop runs for 2 hours minimum and is custom tailored to your needs. All of our workshops include a free equity audit designed to support your success in implementing the workshop content.
We believe deeply that social change work means nothing without the active participation of community. If you are looking to increase your community engagement, then you've come to the right place. Fill out our interest form below to learn more.
We engage in a variety of special projects related to our values. If you are interested in working with us on a longer project or would like to work with our consulting team then schedule your FREE consultation today!
Revolution Thinking offers introductory workshops and consulting sessions to support our partners on their advocacy journey to equity and liberation for all marginalized peoples. Our unique approach is not only what differentiates us, but also what makes us successful. We provide a broad range of services and solutions to help our community facilitate change, achieve their vision, and optimize performance and productivity.
FOUNDER - GABRIELLA CARRETHERS
Gabriella was born in Denver, Colorado where she attended the University of Denver and earned her bachelors degree in International Studies and Socio-Legal Studies before starting her career in education. She is a passionate community advocate who's work is centered in racial equity and community collaboration.