Re: Local professor aims to train 100,000 in peacebuilding and antiracism starting in the Bay Area

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: November 28th, 2020

Re: Local professor aims to train 100,000 in peacebuilding and antiracism starting in the Bay Area

Tampa, FL {November 28th, 2020}. International demonstrations, political polarization, and social stressors threatens unity and peace. A local professor is working to strengthen relationships among Tampa Bay area communities and businesses. Dr. Micah Johnson, an assistant professor and peacebuilding advocate, is on a mission to train 100,000 individuals in antiracism and peaceful conflict resolution. Dr. Johnson believes that these trainings can improve morale, climate, productivity and trust within communities and organizations.

Dr. Johnson has trained various organizations, including large Ivy league universities, such as Harvard and Yale, state and local entities, such as the Federal Public Defender, and small community groups. Dr. Johnson’s peacebuilding efforts have been referenced in the New York Times, The Christian Science Monitor, and other media platforms. “There is a better way to discuss race and justice, a way that promotes unity, peace and respect for all community members,” Dr. Johnson explained.  With over 10,000 individuals trained, Dr. Johnson is on the path towards achieving his dream of training 100,000 individuals in antiracism and peacebuilding, starting with the Bay area.

After attending Dr. Johnson’s training, individuals and organizations reported inspiration; personal and professional development; healing and bonding; improved organizational morale, climate and productivity; and a deeper connection to their colleagues, co-workers and neighbors.

To learn more contact MicahJohnson3000@gmail.com or visit https://doctormicahjohnson.com/rise/

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