Summer Racial Justice Webinar Series

Applied Research Center, July 11, 2012

Hello,

Take advantage of the summer months, and learn new skills to address inequity. Our Summer Racial Justice Webinar Seriesstarts next week. The next session “Challenging Racism Systematically” happens next Thursday, July 19. This webinar shares a systematic method of working against racism  at different levels. “Racial Equity Impact Assessment” takes place on Thursday, August 23. This session presents a new tool for racial justice – preventing inequitable impacts in advance. Sign up for one, or register for both and save!

Discover new tools, frameworks, and strategies to advance racial justice in your office, classroom, and community! Both sessions feature Terry Keleher, Program Director, Racial Justice Leadership Action Network and Nayantara Sen, Network Training Associate, who share ideas and skills culled from their in-person training.

Each session is only $45. Register for both webinars now, and save $10!

Challenging Racism Systematically
July 19, 2012, 10AM PT/1 PM ET
Get familiar with the different levels of racism and operate from a proactive racial justice framework. This session takes a systematic approach to addressing racism, focuses on its causes, and looks for changes participants can advance.

  • Examine different levels of racism and operate from a proactive racial justice framework
  • Select targeted strategies for addressing racial dimensions of problems
  • Develop systematic solutions towards dismantling racism

Racial Equity Impact Assessment
August 23, 2012, 10AM PT/1 PM ET
Can we prevent racial disparities before they begin? Can we be proactive instead of reactive when combating inequity? The answer is: yes! This webinar will introduce you to the racial equity impact framework and tools used to prevent disparities.

  • Avoid unintended and adverse impacts
  • Authentically engage stakeholders in decision making
  • Evaluate racial implications of policies and practices
  • Proactively institute racial equity

For more information on ARC webinars, click here. We hope you’ll join us next week!

Sincerely,

Applied Research Center Training & Consulting Team

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