This holiday season, set boundaries and don’t let go.

  • Do you interpret your "no" to mean "maybe" when you attempt to draw healthy boundaries?

  • Do you lie awake at night wishing you had challenged something racist and problematic that your boss said, only to find yourself anxious and at a loss for words when presented with the opportunity to do so?

  • When you ask for vegan mashed potatoes instead of ham at the dinner table, and your mother gives you ham anyway - do you say nothing and nibble on the bone marrow?

  • Does the idea of asserting yourself at meetings and family dinners make your heart race and palms sweaty?

Boundary Work is a necessary part of sustaining long-term relationships, both personal and professional. We all need boundaries. They help us hold our space and protect our integrity. Healthy boundary work is to the integrity of your personal values and principles as flour is to cookies. The two are inseparable. Let’s say no to  cookie soup together in a spirit of care, growth, and personal autonomy.  Boundaries help us build and maintain relationships that are important for encouraging us to unlearn harmful patterns of thinking and mythologies around unhealthy power dynamics. Want to learn more? Register for Boundary Work: The Webinar Replay, a guide for acknowledging our boundaries, setting our boundaries, and holding to them. Register below for just $19 (reduced from $30) and receive your very own webinar replay!

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What You’ll Learn

How to be assertive:

  • when you encounter macroaggressions at work

  • when using your voice and your actions to set boundaries with family

  • when your boundaries are crossed by strangers


  • creates progress for current and future generations

  • helps us triumph over systems of patriarchy and racism that make us feel small

  • helps us prioritize our physical, mental, and emotional wellbeing

Why THe Holidays are the perfect time FOR:

  • practicing proactive and productive confrontation

  • starting a boundary reset with our families, friends, and colleagues

  • learning how to acknowledge and set our boundaries in a self-affirming way

Why This, Why Now?

Our current political climate in America is a reminder of how easily stigmatized we become when we’re treated as if our experiences are fake news. Social pressure to be quiet, perfect, and non-disruptive chips away at our perception of our right to be treated with respect.  The fact is there are far more resources that teach us how to be non-confrontational than there are resources that teach us how to be productively confrontational about managing conflict and holding to our boundaries. I’m here to change that. We’re saying ‘no’ to be spoken over. We’re saying ‘no’ to dusty uncles’ fat jokes at the mall.

Is This For Me?

This webinar is for people looking to broach difficult conversations at the dinner table. It’s also for people looking for resources for setting and holding to boundaries while having difficult conversations at work, and for coaches, healers, and consultants looking to lead difficult conversations in organizations and on the internet - while doing their own boundary work.


Hell, no. My style of presenting is unlike what you’re used to - I use satire, pop culture, and context driven examples that we experience every day to work with people on becoming more aware of their own position in systems of oppression. Humor is a form of coping. It creates a dissonance that permits people to process and access knowledge without over analyzing their immediate responses to what they’re learning for the first time or repeatedly experiencing.  Humor creates a space where people can more comfortably process the everyday forms of oppression that they experience. Why is that important?

Because we all access information in various ways. Sometimes the weight of social justice education can make it difficult for people of various capacities, backgrounds, and experiences to access critical knowledge about anti-racism, worthiness, anti-sexism, and more.

I’m here to create my own lane; using satire to raise awareness - a style of sharing information which is usually dominated by cis, het, white men.

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About ME

My name is Bunny McKensie Mack. I’m an anti-oppression consultant, coach, copywriter, and  visual artist, leveraging the reach of pop culture and satire to envision a world without white supremacy and genderphobia. As the Director of Art + Feminism, I lead a global team of organizers working to correct skewed and biased content about marginalized communities on the internet.  

I graduated from the University of Chicago with two communications degrees in Francophone language and literature and Hispanic and Luso-Brazilian Language and Literature. I’m currently pursuing a double Masters  degree in Anthropology and Sociology from Witwatersrand University in Johannesburg, South Africa and have been an interpreter and translator for over 10 years.

Originally from the Southside of Chicago, but currently based in Johannesburg, South Africa, I consult with for profit and non-profit organizations to develop cultures of accountability that dismantle racism and patriarchy. at the individual, interpersonal, and institutional level. My work has been featured in NowThis News, Refinery29, The Guardian, Artsy, Afropunk, The New York Times, Pop Sugar, It Gets Better, Artsy, ArtNews, Wear Your Voice, Bubblegum Club, and  El País.   

What Participants Have Said

I love the concrete direct nature of all you've presented here today.


Thank you for your time and expertise. This was great!

Super grateful too!

These suggestions feel really scary but they also allow for the opportunity to transform relationships

Gonna have to listen again…trying to take it all in

These charts are awesome !

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Now Is the time to set your boundaries and hold your space.

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