Check out our e-learning course!
This seven module E-Learning Course, paired with an over 120-page workbook and extra bonus modules is a great resource and tool for those who want to develop a better understanding of social justice issues.
It is filled with resources and activities to consistently make participants think critically about themselves and interactions with others.
Whether it's just for you, an entire group of student-athletes, coaches, staff, your team, etc. this course is just what you need to learn the foundations of social justice and how to be anti-racist.
Interested in purchasing it for your organization or institution? Send us an email at [email protected] for group pricing!
The N-Word Workshop
Whether you're looking to learn more personally or need to have a conversation with your team about the N-word, this workshop will teach you more about the N-word, the power it holds, and how you've been socialized to think about it.
We've also included a bonus facilitation guide so you can more confidently and effectively facilitate this session with your team (and improve your capacity for difficult conversations in the future).
What you'll get:
- The N-Work Video Workshop
- Supplemental Worksheets & Guided Questions
- Facilitation & Breakout Session Guide
Workshops & Trainings
Race, ethnicity, and sports will forever be intertwined. These workshops & trainings are a minimum of two hours and are designed and tailored to discuss a variety of issues on race, diversity, gender, inclusion, antiracism, athletics, power, privilege, and more. Through these workshops & trainings the attendees will gain strategies, skills, and motivations to engage in dialogue that will continue to push the needle forward in helping us develop an antiracist culture. *Two hour workshops can be facilitated in person or through a Zoom session.
- 2 to 4 hour workshops
- 1 to 2 day engagements
I believe in the power of conversation and storytelling (with some humor) to help educate and bridge the gap between people. I bring it. My keynote speeches are highly engaging and interactive speeches on a wide variety on topics that include rich visuals that will not only draw the participants in, but also empower them to take the next steps to continue working to be antiracist.
- 45-minute keynote speeches
- 90-minute keynote-workshop combinations
I specialize in assisting organizations, teams, staffs, coaches, administrations, athletes and etc in finding ways to have conversations on race, gender, diversity, inclusion, social justice education, power, privilege and the effects on both those within the marginalized and dominant communities. The consulting sessions will include the following:
- Thought-provoking questions
- Defining of goals and outcomes
- Conversations with key stakeholders
- Review of existing data/documents
- Assessment of policies, practices, and procedures
- Recommendations for solutions to meet goals
DISRUPTION Candle | 4 or 11 oz
PINK SUGAR + LEMONGRASS
Feminist and Anti- Racist work is tough. “It requires that you be willing to devote a great part of your life to it and that you be willing to suffer alienation and self-disruption.” - Lugones and Spelman
This candle was crafted in the vein of disrupting through conversation, an ode to the work of Jen Fry. Sweet pink sugar and airy lemongrass combine to create these juicy fresh accords. Notes of orange, cotton candy and powder are layered with citrus oils for a bright and fresh herbal delight.
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Executive Associate AD/SWA
"One word regarding Jen Fry - AWESOME! In the world of COVID-19, Jen was able to present to our coaches and staff (via Zoom) in a way that captured everyone's attention for the duration of the presentation. Even after we officially ended, nearly half of the attendees stayed back for another 30 minutes to ask questions. Jen's background as a student-athlete and coach resonated with our coaches and staff. Her intellect, knowledge, humor, and unapologetic honesty encouraged us to listen, learn, and challenge each other. When the world reopens, JenFryTalks will be the first call I make as we need her here in person."
Assistant Athletics Director Student-Athlete Engagement, Syracuse University
"We invited Jen to speak with our student-athletes and staff this past spring. Jen has a gift of being brutally honest, open and transparent with her audiences in a way most speakers do not have the courage to approach. She finds a healthy balance of challenge and support to make everyone understand that the issues of race, inclusion, diversity and intersectionality is necessary work that is not reserved for the few, but for all. Our staff and student-athletes enjoyed the small breakout sections to be able to connect with their peers and have real, vulnerable dialogue with each other. Her ability to be candid and real was refreshing and created conversations that continue on today in our department. I would recommend Jen to anyone looking for a great facilitator and educator to empower their students and staff to take inventory of their growth areas and call to action to make positive change."
"I had the privilege of hearing Jen Fry speak about implicit biases at the Institute for Administrative Advancement with Women Leaders in College Sports and knew she was someone we needed to invite to our campus and work with our student-athletes and staff. Jen is a dynamic and passionate social justice educator who teaches through an anti-racist lens on issues of race, inclusion, and diversity. She challenges you to consider new perspectives, pushes you out of your comfort zone, and gets you to think about whether or not your policies/program expectations are inclusive for everyone. Her sense of humor helps to create a brave space for students and staff to share, learn, and grow from one another. Most importantly, I have never seen our students so engaged by a speaker. She worked with our staff and students separately in small groups throughout the day, but ended with a night event with all 300 of us in a room together. She was able to form a connection and get our students and staff to engage with one another to have difficult conversations that we sometimes want to avoid. She has had a major impact since she left our campus as we continue to have these conversations. If your institution values and embraces diversity and inclusion then you need to reach out to Jen and bring her to your campus for an experience you won't forget as you will be inspired to keep the conversations going after she leaves!"