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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
Collection by 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.

Voting rights, including for Black voters and voters of color, continue to be challenged in some jurisdictions. Join speakers on this topic as they reflect on Dr. King's 1957 "Give Us the Ballot" speech and discuss why voting rights legislation is needed in 2022.

What are teens thinking these days? Get some info straight from the source as teens share what's important to them and how they honor — or want to honor — the legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

When it comes to the philosophies of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and Malcolm X, which can people follow when pursuing cultural equity, inclusion, and healing? See what some panelists have to say in this online discussion.

Attention researchers: Your input is wanted, as the National Institutes of Health seeks to establish an "equitable and civil culture within the biomedical research enterprise." Listen and share your thoughts on this topic, and how to reduce barriers.

This series focuses on educating and empowering stakeholder voices in the conversation about the black community's intersection of race and disability. Engage in meaningful discussions about the black disabled community.

Join an evening of virtual conversation about advancing racial equity in our community with educator, poet, and New York Times bestselling author Clint Smith.

Join this interactive discussion on how to heal from racial trauma. Students are leading the way with their advocacy and demanding more inclusive environments for learning.

"[W]hen you treat diversity as a problem, diversity becomes the problem." So note event organizers for this session, which promises to show workplace leaders how to model Dr. King to increase impact for DEI initiatives without upsetting people or somehow making things worse.

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?

Crafted by two anti-racist white educators who’ve grappled with their own good intentions, this workshop centers the practice of seeing what’s meant to stay hidden. Deepen your racial equity lens and practice applying it in all sorts of ways.

Join Anu Gupta, the founder of BE MORE with Anu, for a candid conversation on how a focus on our healing can help you play a more powerful role in advancing racial equity. Accelerate self-care and healing from past traumas.

Join a dialogue about conventional practices in “professional” environments that often undermine equity within the institution and create an oppressive workplace, from recruiting and hiring to navigating conflict.

In a 1968 speech, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. discussed the "drum major instinct," the idea that people can desire recognition and desire to be first. Listen to the dramatic reading, as performers seek to generate "powerful dialogue about racism, inequality, and social justice."

Tema Okun will share her project (divorcing) White Supremacy Culture: Coming Home to Who We Are, and lead a conversation about how white supremacy shows up in our culture as well as in our personal lives.

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

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.

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.

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.