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Educate Yourself: Online Racial Equity Workshops
Educate Yourself: Online Racial Equity Workshops
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Let's be better, together, by standing for an equitable society and with those fighting for justice for the Black community. Donate to organizations fighting for racial equality, participate in protests or rallies, and educate yourself on systemic and learned racism. These online events will help you learn more — and inspire you to take action — on racial injustices and inequality.
Educate Yourself: Online Racial Equity Workshops
Educate Yourself: Online Racial Equity Workshops
Educate Yourself: Online Racial Equity Workshops
Educate Yourself: Online Racial Equity Workshops
Coleção por Eventbrite
Let's be better, together, by standing for an equitable society and with those fighting for justice for the Black community. Donate to organizations fighting for racial equality, participate in protests or rallies, and educate yourself on systemic and learned racism. These online events will help you learn more — and inspire you to take action — on racial injustices and inequality.
Let's be better, together, by standing for an equitable society and with those fighting for justice for the Black community. Donate to organizations fighting for racial equality, participate in protests or rallies, and educate yourself on systemic and learned racism. These online events will help you learn more — and inspire you to take action — on racial injustices and inequality.

The January insurrection in DC shook not only Washington, but communities around the globe. Nanette D. Massey will facilitate an honest conversation about the racial underpinnings of that day through the lens of the book, "White Fragility" by Robin DiAngelo.

Graphic and spatial design, design thinking, and other forms of creative problem solving are not immune to white supremacy, this webinar insists, diving deep into how we can make our world look and feel more equitable.

Brown University scholars lead this investigation into the origins, history, and enduring effects of racism.

Led by clinician and justice, equity, diversity and inclusion leader, Judith Sadora and historian and justice, diversity, equity, and inclusion leader, Matthew C. Whitaker, this masterclass will address myths, issues and opportunities facing mixed-roots families.

"This webinar is for white people who want to learn how to be allies to the Black community but aren't sure where to start. Author Erica M. Burrell and activist Kenny Burrell host and promise to offer a safe space to ask questions, context for the current protests, and resources.

If you're an educator trying to work anti-racist teachings into your curriculum, this group will provide resources, activities, and most importantly, support.

Join a star-studded roster of authors, artists, and activists for this 2nd annual event. Celebrate voice, and learn to lift up your own. Click through to see the full lineup of speakers.

This workshop seeks to identify where classism and/or racism may be interfering with your organizational efforts towards equity. Gain a historical understanding of the intentional construction of racism, classism, and the ways they intersect.

This workshop will examine the controversial topic of privilege. What does it mean to have white privilege? How do you recognize it? How can one move past white guilt? Participants will discuss the fundamentals of identity, power and privilege.

Community organizers and activists Gopal Dayaneni and Carla Maria Pérez explore the ways environmental racism and climate change impact marginalized populations in this discussion and Q&A session.

#StepUp2021 is a virtual conference designed for participants to gain deeper understanding and new perspectives about racial equity and social justice. Participants will leave with innovative tools on how to address systemic racism.

This webinar aims to humanize George Floyd while addressing systemic racism and the power of protest. Scholar and activist Nyle Fort narrates.

Talking about race with your child can be tough. Where do you start? Will they understad? This workshop gives you the building blocks to tackle that conversation and come away a stronger family.

Antiracist scholar Ibram X. Kendi chronicles the history of anti-Black racist ideas and their staggering power over the course of American history in "Stamped From the Beginning." PCISJ will hold five separate virtual Book Group discussions on the book, each featuring a historian.

Yoga Behind Bars explores questions at the intersection of race, justice, and yoga twice a month. These discussions will answer such questions as: How can you bring race and justice awareness to a yoga practice? And what words or phrases are exclusionary and should be avoided?

Facilitator Maybe Burke offers a framework for acknowledging and leveraging your own privileges while navigating anti-oppression work. By examining our own social locations and identities, we can assess how to best show up.

Non-Black folx are invited to join this honest discussion about eradicating racism to start better relationships with across all cultural and racial differences.