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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.

Learn about and discuss racial equity and diversity in schools. Monica Belton, along with MiniPD, will share their expertise and facilitate the dialogue each month as the cohort learns, shares, and grows together.

Could dance help encourage equality? In this presentation, Gottschild discusses African American dance, its ability to carry political messages, and "its function as a messenger for equality" from the mid-20th century until now.

Is the crafting community smoothly serving diverse communities, or are things a bit … raggedy? This discussion features a look at how organizations can create cultural change, and more.

Co-authored by two businesswomen, one Black and one White, Margaret H. Greenberg and Gina Greenlee, "The Business of Race" makes a compelling case for why the workplace is the perfect place to discuss topics that often feel hard to talk about: race and racism.

Have you heard anyone say racism affects public health? Speakers from health and community agencies share their thoughts on why, in addition to sharing ideas on how to address certain harms.

Join a panel of international racial justice leaders, including Dr. Robin DiAngelo, Resmaa Menakem, and Victoria Santos for a deep and multifaceted look at where we are now and how we can advance healing and cultural transformation.

Explore the connection between Black Culture and Veganism in this workshop combining activism with delicious food.

The series of discussions with educator-activists of color is about how we can move past celebrating diversity and commit more deeply to identifying and eliminating racism, and cultivating antiracism, in classrooms and schools.

This workshop explores fundamental concepts of systemic racism, the social science of race awareness in children, and strategies to start and sustain antiracist and action in school and at home.

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 call to action for the philanthropy sector to invest more in advocacy to dismantle systemic injustice, and at the same time, support the creative force of entrepreneurship to build dynamic, equitable communities.

Join Seattle CityClub to explore the consequences of racism in our public health systems and innovative solutions to address it. Community experts and healthcare professionals will discuss how racism impacts public health, plus the role of anti-racism education.

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.

Join the Collective for the Telling the Stories of Women of Color Series, a group comprised of artists, activists, writers, scholars, entrepreneurs, and community leaders. Lift up and create space for women of color to share their voices.

Afro-Indigenous historian and author Kyle T. Mays discusses how Black and Indigenous people have struggled for freedom and the potential results of "Afro-Indigenous solidarity" in this book discussion with Paul Ortiz, a professor of history.

Worried about saying the wrong thing about diversity? If so, and you've chosen instead to be silent, learn why speaking up is important for leaders — and how diverse insights can bring more collaboration.

Author Eleadah R. Clack shares her experiences from a sociological multi-perspective. Learn solutions that White allies can take to remove social issues in the United States, plus what communities and individuals can do to end racism in this generation.

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

Do you consider yourself an anti-racists ally, agree that Black Lives Matter, but don't know how to really help in your own life? This workshop is for white and white-presenting folks who want to do anti-racist work in a compassionate and inquisitive space.

This is a safe space for all races and ethnicities to create a more inclusive world. July’s topic is code switching. Have you had to "change the real you" to be a part of a dominant culture?

This session is for you if you have any questions about white privilege, anti-racism, why civil rights activists are protesting in the streets and/or institutional racism. Engage in meaningful, open dialogue.