In this virtual workshop, participants will learn about somatic abolitionist principles and how white people can show up grounded and effective for racial justice. You will learn how to identify psychological, physiological, and social factors that promote resiliency, as well as gain skills and practices to stay engaged through tense moments. All are welcome to attend! The workshop is free, but registration is required. This event is hosted and facilitated by OSU Extension and fits into a long-term plan of work to develop anti-racism curriculum based on an understanding of trauma and the community resiliency model.