CAN YOU RELATE TO THIS?
I can't speak about antiracism to my friends
I am not exposed to enough Black stories
I'm so interested in African mythology books!
If any of these hit home, you're in the right place!
WHAT THE EDUCATED GANG CAN GIVE YOU
CONTINUOUS LEARNING RESOURCES
Reviews : All our book and film clubs are recorded which you can then use as your own personal library to see what you'd like to watch or read next!
Live Q&A: These monthly Q&A's will be implemented in the Black book and film club where you will be able to ask questions to Black authors and other key leaders in the industry.
Resources: All members will receive a lifetime access to a selection of resources including workbooks, regularly updated lists of all my recommendations, reviews of the latest Black movies, shows and books.
COMMUNITY OF ALLIES AND POC
Facebook Group: As a member of the Educated Gang, you'll gain access to a private Facebook group where you are all free to ask questions and support each each other.
Discussion Board: If you're ever struggling in your learning journey or you need to vent - a community of people who are on the same learning journey as you will be here to support you (including myself).
THE MOTIVATION YOU NEED
Challenges: Each month, you will be set a challenge designed to push you to develop new habits and increase progress in your learning journey.
Prizes: Prizes ranging from free books, audiobooks, coming to Premieres with me and 1:1 training session with me!
The Educated Gang Membership
The Educated Gang19£Every monthBe part of a community of CHANGE!
- Black Book Club
- Black Film Club
- Library of Black books and movies reviews
- Invitation to exclusive Forum and Facebook group
- Free 1:1 coaching with Zai Sylla
- List of all recommendations (regularly updated)
- Access to Conversion and book circles
BLACK BOOKS AND FILMS OPENED MY WORLD
My parents never educated me in antiracism so I ended up ignorant about representation and racism. I never really saw myself being represented in films and books. It took me time to find a Black female character that was curvy and looked like me. Black Films and Black books taught me the importance of KNOWLEDGE and being able to see yourself on the big screen or in pages.
Activism and learning about your identity does not have to be hard and triggering all the time. And if it is triggering, you should be able to have a whole community standing next to you to support you.
I've helped thousands of people to KNOW the power of diversity in media and how it can help them be empowered or be a better antiracist ally.
You can be one of them too!