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February 2017 Gathering: Overcoming Privilege

Eurasia Coffee & Tea

445 E Commercial St, Springfield, MO 65803, USA

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Event Description

Join us at Culture C-Street to sip coffee, make friends, & explore the topic of overcoming privilege

When a person is said to have privilege, it simply means they have been given certain benefits or rewards in societies or communities through no effort of their own. 

In our February gathering, we will be talking about privilege: what it means to have it (or not), how we feel about it, and how not to let our feelings about it get in the way of taking positive personal and community action.

You'll hear from the following speakers:

STEPH JAGGER splits her time between Southern California and British Columbia where she dreams big dreams, writes her heart out, and runs and executive & life coaching practice. She holds a CEC (certified Executive Coach) degree from Royal Roads University and she believes courageous living doesn't happen with one toe dangling in, but that we jump in, fully submerge, and sit in the juice. Think Pickle, not cucumber. She is the author of the soon-to-be-released book Unbound.

KATE ALSUP is a pastor, speaker, blogger, and intentional lifestyle advocate. She believes in using critical thinking, education, and research to help ourselves find the mindsets and thought processes that encourage meaningful and fully present living. Kate blogs about adoption, psychology, and faith. She also focuses on building a lifestyle based on living the gospel, family, and ethical and sustainable consumption.


  • 2:30 Registration: mingle and grab some coffee and snacks
  • 2:45 Session One
  • 3:15 Break
  • 3:25 Session Two
  • 4:00 Q & A, Round Table, and Giveaway
  • 4:30 Wrap Up

*For this gathering, we are offering a special ticket option to purchase registration for the event and a copy of Steph's book for $39!

Map of Event Location
Saturday, February 25th, 2017 2:30 pm –  4:30 pm