Learn, Connect and Find Wholeness
If you’re like me, you feel called to help cultivate a more just, inclusive and regenerative world. You envision a future where humans honor our intimate connection with Nature and our interconnectedness with one another, as part of communities large and small.
Divisiveness and destruction seem to tear the world apart, but there are glimmers of new possibilities. If you’re feeling disoriented and overwhelmed by dramatic and constant change, you are not alone. As our industrialized society collides with ecological realities and historical legacies, we’re experiencing massive human/environment costs and ever-widening inequality and injustice.
Intuitively, you understand that a new paradigm will require people to get out of their boxes and shift their thinking. But how do you find wholeness, inspiration, and purpose when the ground is constantly shifting beneath your feet?
Start with the seed: Inspired, integrative and embodied knowledge. Knowledge can change the world, especially when it transforms the very way that you perceive yourself and your relationships to people and planet.
Welcome, Inspired Souls!
I help people like you release the mental “disciplining” of white supremacy and tap into the knowledge necessary for an alternative future — one in which we honor the Earth, collaborate and build community with one other, and learn how to confront and heal from our destructive past.
I am not a psychologist, a corporate diversity trainer, a spiritual guru, or a career coach.
I’m an interdisciplinary social scientist (anthropology, geography) who has conducted extensive research on white supremacy in the U.S. and Latin America. I have a spiritual calling to help people liberate themselves from narrow understandings of themselves and of the world: understandings grounded in legacies of slavery, settler colonialism, imperialism and the Industrial Revolution.
If you’ve been to traditional trainings or workshops, what I offer is very different. I teach through a combination of guided, multi-sensory walking experiences (alone or in a group), online (and ideally in-person) multimedia learning, and creative, hands-on activities.
A lot of workshops related to race are very U.S.-centric, ignoring the fact that forces of white supremacy began long before 1619, and that white supremacy is a global phenomena. If you want to truly liberate your mind, you need to learn how forces and ideas cross geographic borders and how the past relates to the present. How and why have you been socialized to think, feel and behave in certain ways? Liberate your mind, and then learn how you can move forward as a critical, conscious thinker with a collaborative, unhindered, inspired spirit.
If we want to fully engage with today and prepare for tomorrow,
we need to unleash the power of deep knowledge.
Corinna Moebius is the embodiment of talent, passion, compassion, boundless generosity and above all action. I have enjoyed working with her and have watched all of her community empowerment projects grow into networks of proactive communities and successful civic engagements.
Evelin RamirezCommunity Liason, U.S. Census Bureau
We must all agree the mood and quality of Viernes Culturales has changed drastically and positively in the last few months! That Corinna Moebius has been our executive director during that same time is no coincidence. We are truly blessed to have someone of her stance, caliber and integrity as our director.
Luis PalomoDirector, Pigeon Productions
I wanted to say thank you for all the effort you have done in order to bring some real work to this community. Our communities need more real people like you.
Raissa FernandezLittle Havana Civic Leader/Activist
Corinna Moebius is the perfect tour guide to show and teach you about the life, history, events, and the people who are currently part of Little Havana’s neighborhood. The first time I arranged a tour with Corinna was in 2012 for the preparatory school where I work at. Needless to say that both the students and I were fascinated by her knowledge, enthusiasm, and passion. Ever since, we have organized educational tours for several of our Spanish classes. Each year Corinna adds new information and details to her tours. She keeps current and shows fascinating details and insights that make the experience memorable wanting to come back to Little Havana. I highly recommend Corinna to any family member or friend who comes to visit Miami. Furthermore, I would recommend it to any high school teacher who would like to integrate and connect its curriculum to the outside world.
Corinna is the architect of the famous ‘Quadrangle Strategy’ that is the foundation on which ALL the rest of what we did for public involvement rests. I recall the first time Corinna sketched it out for us at HNTB’s office. It was like ‘Damn, that’s brilliant!’ So on behalf of everybody on the project team and all the residents who will never know how they came to be informed, educated and engaged as well as they did, Corinna, ‘thank you for everything.’
Mencer "Don" EdwardsPrincipal, Justice & Sustainability Associates
Please know that you have been an inspiration to me. You taught me that with a little bit of courage, a little bit of passion, a little bit of vision, and a lot of energy, you can create change in others and yourself. Thank you for all you taught me and all you gave me.
Amanda BaldiFormer Intern
Corinna was a superb guide and one of the best we have had. She imparted to us so much valuable information in terms of the contributions of Afro-Cubans and African Americans to the area and culture. She went over the origins of Cuban rumba, the impact of sugar, important racial elements, where the club Ball and Chain got its name and so much more diverse important information. I highly recommend her.
We literally just heard you speak in the course … I had to e-mail you immediately and let you know how much of an inspiration you were. You shared so much knowledge and personal experience that it really helped many of us eagerly want to start our personal projects.
Corinna has a deep, intuitive sense about different learning styles, interpersonal reactions to group activities, and creating space for individual co-learning and expression. She sees the forest, and each tree at the same time. She can communicate complex material in a form that everyone understands: via word, image, sound, motion, and silence. I would never venture into a group synthesis activity without her wisdom.
Anthony OlivieriOwner, FHEED, LLC (Food for Health, The Environment, Economy & Democracy)
Corinna, I want to say that you are really an incredible consultant. I love working on projects with you and the way you add your own creativity and intelligence to every little task. Thank you for all your work for CTCNet and the many communities you touch. You’ve done such great work on this project.
John ZoltnerSenior Advisor of Technology for Development and Innovation, Save the Children