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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.

Join other educators in a vibrant led discussion on best practices for helping the next generation grow up anti-racist.

Journey into the past for a bit — and meander in the present — when you watch this film that shares how Michigan Native American lawyers, tribal judges, and more have worked with Native Nations to help address and resolve complicated social welfare issues

This workshop will explore how Asian Americans harness energy to not only work to end #stopAsianhate, but also towards moving our communities to rally for racial solidarity for all communities.

Join the Septima Project for this self-guided online workshop series designed with busy parents and caregivers in mind. We’ll explore how to have meaningful conversations about racial equity with your kids.

Take time to explore the historical context of racism with, towards, and within the AAPI community during this two-hour workshop. Participants will also unpack how they may participate in, or be impacted by, racism and anti-Blackness.

It's time to have intentional (and potentially healing) conversations about race in this open circle, and to listen as well. Topics up for discussion include bias, microaggressions, and how to adjust your actions and attitudes.

Should you assimilate or preserve your heritage? This is just one question up for discussion as participants explore the history of the Asian American Pacific Islander label and "the pressure of representation" as they seek to advance equity and justice for all.

Why do pay inequities persist? Learn how you can advocate for Black people, Indigenous folks, and other coworkers of color at this equal pay workshop, where you'll get tangible takeaways and learn tools for helping to address the pay equity gap.

The Decision-making for Racial Equity (DRE) training provides a framework that seeks to disrupt dominant forms of decision-making that perpetuate racial bias. Build an organization-wide racial equity decision-making practice.

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?

Lorgia García Peña, Angela Y. Davis and Chandra Talpade Mohanty celebrate the launch of Community as Rebellion: A Syllabus for Surviving Academia as a Woman of Color, Peña’s new book.

Who has a "right" to a neighborhood? Listen in on a conversation exploring the livability, mental health, and wellness of a community, and how these factors can relate to Asian American identity and the gentrification of historical enclaves.

Explore the past and present of marketing to Black consumers during this presentation, featuring clips from the 1954 short film "Secret of Selling to the Negro." You'll analyze generalizations and assumptions from that time while considering the present-day parallels.

If you work in leadership and have completed basic anti-racism training, you can expand on your knowledge with this two-session workshop covering more advanced solutions for racial equity and inclusion in employment practices.

Authors David M. Louie and Sara Blanchard discuss their trailblazing work, and their perspectives on social justice issues, in this event organized by the Asian American Authors Book Club.

Noting that Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders continue to be underrepresented in biomedical research, the Asian Health Coalition and the NIH All of Us Research Program have organized this talk on the importance of precision medicine for these communities.

A panel of experts discuss the obstacles that Black families can face when considering home ownership — including predatory lending and the legacy of redlining — and propose innovative ideas about how to fix these issues.

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.

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.

As seen on the View and CBS This Morning, this virtual series brings people together for discussion on topics from Black history, critical race theory and woke-ness. An awesome place to learn in community.

Decentering whiteness in your classroom requires much more effort than simply teaching about "diverse art." In this workshop, Alisha Mernick shares how you can explicitly name BIPOC artists in your curriculum, disrupting their erasure and tokenization.