BECOMING was recently featured on Unifying America, a national segment on CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell on Feb. 1, 2021. 

Interviews include Artistic Director, Anthony Moseley, Executive Director, Marcus Robinson, and artist Sean Patrick Leonard,  as well as footage from our monthly workshop Becoming and our World Premiere A Blue Island in the Red Sea.

Support this important work by making a donation or joining us for a Crucial Conversation at one of our Becoming workshops!



BECOMING is a program that provides space and fellowship for people looking to understand White Privilege, unlearn inherent White Supremacy, engage in meaningful dialogue around systems of oppression with others, and support each other in being actively anti-racist moving forward. As a group, we will explore critical elements of racism and White Supremacy, including history, modern-day events/issues, best practices for communications, and share our journeys

Hosted by Artistic Director, Anthony Moseley and Executive Director, Dr. Marcus Robinson.


Who can attend?

Everyone is welcome to join. This programming is ideal for ages 16+, or with guardian supervision for youth under age 16. Attendees do not have to attend every session, but are FREE to do so. 

Cost: FREE

Questions: info@collaboraction.org

Upcoming Becoming dates & show topics include:

May 4 at 6 pm (CST)
Andy Swindler of Organizing White Men for Collective Liberation

June 1 at 6 pm (CST)
Juneteenth and George Floyd: One year later. What Have We Learned?


July 6 at 6 pm (CST)
The American Dream: A discussion around the National Anthem


August 3 at 6 pm (CST)
The Role of Technology in Human Development and Dismantling Oppression


September 7 at 6 pm (CST)
Arab Americans and Whiteness with Jamil Khoury of Silk Road Rising


October 5 at 6 pm (CST)
We are Each Other's Harvest: The Poetry & Message of Gwendolyn Brooks 


November 2 at 6 pm (CST)
The Thanksgiving Myth and the Ongoing Genocide of our First Nations


December 7 at 6 pm (CST)
Holiday Dinner Peace Strategies (or How to Help Uncle Don See the Light)