(Monmouth Academy Civil Rights Team November 2013)
Contact us to have Chelsea come speak on your campus, at your elementary/middle/high school, club, church, facility, agency, etc! She has a powerful way of educating people about the difference between acceptance and respect. Her presentation tackles oppression, bullying, prejudice and judgments and encourages individuals to just be respectful of one another regardless of their differences in opinions and/or beliefs.
All of our seminars and presentations are customized to fit your group, and your budget. Please contact us if you would like more information!
Chelsea's seminar is applicable for any location, as respecting others should happen everywhere, not just in schools or the workplace. Chelsea's seminar promotes respect regardless of our external and internal differences.
We look forward to hearing from you!
Respect Differences Past Programs:
University of Maine
Counselor Education Program
Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program
Upward Bound Program
Universalist Unitarian Church
Sweetser School in Belfast
“Your presentation makes me want to be the bigger person and help put a stop to bullying. Your presentation saved my life.” - Monmouth Academy Freshman
“One of our religion's guiding principles is respecting the inherent worth and dignity of every person. Chelsea’s presentation was a nice affirmation of this belief. Many of her examples showed us ways we could put that principle into action. Her program was appropriate for people of many ages from our Senior Youth group to the seniors in our congregation!” - Linda Lee, Director of Religious Education
“Her presentation focused on the concept that tolerance does not equal acceptance and respect. She shared her personal story and then her professional passion for helping others learn that it is ok to have different beliefs as long as we all treat each other with respect will make the world a better place for all. We commend Chelsea for her work!” - Becky Colannino, Director for Upward Bound
"Her argument that respecting others would promote a more just and civil society than simply tolerance was compelling. Many congregants spoke with her after the service. I would not hesitate to have her return to our church again as a speaker and to recommend her to any organization seeking a speaker on the issues she addressed." - Margrit Thomas, Chair Worship Committee
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