program overview

The Storied JEDI
Large Organization

Cultivating a Culture of Justice, Equity, Diversity & Inclusion in Your Workplace through Storytelling. Welcome to a 14-week Justice, Equity, Diversity & Inclusion (JEDI) online program available on-demand.

Organizations can learn together with up to 100 seats. 

Justice, Equity, Diversity & Inclusion (JEDI)


Christina Dawkins

Time Commitment

20 min. per week


14 weeks


Online video sessions released weekly

Requisite Materials

Optional headphones and journal


Let's get your organization enrolled.

Thank you for choosing to enroll your organization in The Storied JEDI. 

Please click "Download Enrollment Spreadsheet" below and enter the names and emails of everyone who should be enrolled in your program (including yourself).

The "Name" and "Email" columns are required for everyone. The "Tags" column should identify at least one person as the "Admin". Admins can add/remove users and request progress reports. You may also use the "Tag" column to designate department, office, or any label that may be useful to you when you request reports.

When you are ready, complete the form to the right and upload completed spreadsheet. Your organization's private program will be set up within two business days.

If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to reach out.

Program Format

  • 14 Video Sessions
  • 6 Easy Reference Guides
  • Pre and Post Assessment
  • Certificate of Completion

New sessions released weekly and available on-demand

This program offers video instruction, key concepts, integration challenges, a reflection journal, and a community page to interact with others on this journey. 

Engage in cohort learning on the Community Page.

By setting aside just 20 minutes each week, you will learn about a JEDI concept, gain tools for adopting new practices, and be given multiple ways to apply what you just learned. 
Meet Your instructor

Christina Dawkins

Abolitionist | Academic | Artist | Activist

I founded A4Abolitionist, a social justice consultancy to combat all forms of modern-day slavery including human trafficking, punitive incarceration, and immigrant detention. Previously, I have run a college office on social justice, developed higher education in prison programs, created systems maps from stories of trauma survivors, and designed curricula on abolition. Now, I use visual storytelling, systems change program design, and educational tools to develop programs that advance radical change.
Patrick Jones - Course author
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