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'Whites and Race Unity: A New Normal' Conversations with Rainn Wilson series
August 5, at 5:30 pm Pacific / 8:30 pm Eastern Time

Special Guests for August 5 are Dr. Randie Gottlieb (UnityWorks founder, educator, diversity trainer, author, poet) and Dave Grammer, LMFT, WI Adjunct Lecturer. Join host Rainn Wilson as he has a conversation with our panelists about the role of White people in dismantling racism. Bring a friend and tune in live.

Rainn Wilson is an American actor, comedian, writer, director, producer and a member of the Baha'i Faith. He is best known for his role as Dwight Schrute on the Emmy Award winning sitcom, The Office. What many people may not know is Rainn's love for the Baha'i Faith and humanitarian work.
Aug 5, 2020 05:30 PM
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Rainn Wilson
Rainn Wilson is an American actor, comedian, writer, director, producer and a member of the Bahá’í Faith. He is best known for his role as Dwight Schrute on the Emmy Award winning sitcom, The Office. What many people may not know is Rainn’s love for the Bahá’í Faith and humanitarian work.
Randie Gottlieb
Founder and CEO @UnityWorks
Dr. Randie Gottlieb is the founder and CEO of UnityWorks. Dr. Gottlieb has worked as a classroom teacher at every level, a school principal, college administrator, university professor, curriculum developer and diversity trainer. Her work has taken her to over 30 countries, including 11 years in Puerto Rico, where she administered an international training center, taught cross-cultural communication workshops for people from around the world, produced Spanish-language community-service radio and television programs, and founded an elementary school. She is the author of over ten books and curriculum guides, including the award-winning Teaching Unity, and holds degrees in Education from Cal State, Boston University and Harvard.
Dave Grammer
Wilmette Institute Adjunct Lecturer
Dave is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in Los Angeles California. He has experience working with adults, adolescents, individuals, families, and running groups. Dave has focused primarily on treating adolescents and family relationships. He has experience working in outpatient and residential treatment settings, and has worked with diverse populations and issues. Dave has been training capoeira, an afro brazilian martial art with music as an integral part, for the last ten years, and teaching for about half that time. There is power in movement and being in the body. Dave has worked to integrate martial arts, music, and movement into therapy throughout his career. Dave is married, with two children.