This workshop was developed from a challenge by people of color/culture to those of us within the “created white race”, especially from trauma therapist Resmaa Menakem, author of My Grandmother’s Hands: Racialized Trauma and the Path to Mending Our Hearts and Bodies. The workshop is formatted to help each of us understand and get after our own colonized belief systems and collective heritage trauma that comes from both existing white supremacist systems and our individual personal stories. It is a space to help each attendee deepen understanding around individual “lived experiences” and white supremacist systems. This is a “safe space” for “white women” to do this work – together! We will begin with a historical baseline of understanding; and, break up into small group contemplative listening circles for story processing around individual heritage stories and lifestyles of inclusiveness. This story-telling format will also give attendees a model to take back to their own regional contexts to share “with” others.