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Issues and Isms Workshop

This powerful and energizing one-day workshop is open to anyone wishing to push through, and explore, cultural barriers that keep us stuck and from living in integrity.

Cultural differences exist all around and within us.

The most visible differences are of ethnicity and race, but what about differences in religion, sexual orientation, income-level, occupation, affiliation, upbringing, as well as likes and dislikes?

Are you aware how many of your everyday relationships are influenced by these differences: Your parents, children, significant other, boss, employees, co-workers, social circles?

Attending this exciting interactive workshop will give you the tools and incentive to create for yourself more authentic, honest and open relationships, community and culture.

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Dennis Nicely (

Both men are gifted speakers and facilitators. They each possess a passion and deep knowledge of this topic, and a willingness to share what they know.

This workshop is open to anyone looking for more authentic and profound relationships with others.


For information and to register, contact:
Christopher Tyrrell,[masked] - Please call before 8pm.

Send Cheque/Money Order made payable to “The ManKind Project of Canada Inc.” to:
Christopher Tyrrell
193 Argyle Street,
Toronto, ON M6J 1P5

Note: The Mankind Project of Canada is not affiliated with the Metropolitan Community Church of Toronto.

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  • Robert F.

    The isms and issues workshop was one of those kinds of events, where in advance, I am aware that I am likely going to take a look at stuff I could not anticipate in advance, and lo and behold. Many of those "Who knew", and "I didn't see that coming" kinds of visceral outcomes. Fabulous learning experience, and damned good for me to be confronted with. Rob

    November 19, 2012

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