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Educate Yourself: Online Racial Equity Workshops
Educate Yourself: Online Racial Equity Workshops
Collection by Eventbrite
A more equitable society is attainable, but it’s not possible without joining the fight for justice for the Black community. These virtual events allow you to support and learn from organizations pushing for racial equity while confronting systemic and learned racism. Eventbrite’s experts have gathered impactful online events where you can take a stand against racial 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
A more equitable society is attainable, but it’s not possible without joining the fight for justice for the Black community. These virtual events allow you to support and learn from organizations pushing for racial equity while confronting systemic and learned racism. Eventbrite’s experts have gathered impactful online events where you can take a stand against racial inequality.
A more equitable society is attainable, but it’s not possible without joining the fight for justice for the Black community. These virtual events allow you to support and learn from organizations pushing for racial equity while confronting systemic and learned racism. Eventbrite’s experts have gathered impactful online events where you can take a stand against racial inequality.

Ali Michael, PhD shares skills that can help families working to build a healthy multiracial community. Parents, educators, and activists can join to four online session that cover how to discuss race with white children.

Educators, leaders, and other staff working in healthcare can log into this five-part webinar to learn about inequities in hair care hygiene practices and strategies to address these inequities in the healthcare setting through proper training and purchasing.

Whether you have questions about race in the workplace or are seeking a safe space to discuss challenges you're facing, this learning community offers a supportive environment to honestly discuss issues like corporate diversity and the racial pay gap.

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.

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.

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.

Research managers, chief executives, and policy teams can join this workshop to learn why equity, diversity, and inclusion is so important when it comes to research — plus, practical ideas for potential organizational changes that can drive diversity.

Join a discussion inspired by the documentary "The Color of Care," which explores the history of racial health disparities and traces them to the COVID-19 pandemic. You'll learn about the devastating toll of racism in our healthcare system — and how it can be combatted.

This webinar — presented as part of a research project — explores how racial diversity figures into the running industry, examining the existing presence of underrepresented communities and the ways in which running companies and organizations can encourage inclusion.

Black and Latino attendees can hear about colorism and its effects on the BIPOC community during this virtual seminar, which revolved around racial equity training and political education. Spanish interpretation is provided.

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.

Are all your friends the same race? If your looking to diversify your friend group, you can use this workshop to explore the factors that impact your ability to make genuine, cross-racial friendships — and how to go about making intentional connections with others.

Join this three-part workshop created for white leaders to explore how their identity impacts the way they engage in racial justice work. Participants will unpack their identities and learn how to disengage from common workplace dynamics, with the guidance of a facilitator.

Mental health practitioners and medical agencies are invited to this examination of race, power and privilege through a lens of intersectionality, with the goal of becoming more equitable and inclusive providers of care within communities.

Poet, meditator, and speaker Yung Pueblo will discuss ways to move forward on a journey of healing, whether you're learning self-compassion, letting go, or growing your emotional maturity. Join him in conversation with Damali Robertson.

Parents and caregivers hoping to engage with their children in honest, helpful conversations about race can turn to this workshop for help. You'll be able to practice these conversations, examine your own experiences, and begin translating anti-racist values to your family life.

Join organizer, author, and educator Mariame Kaba for a talk about organizing into the future, in the face of the various crises affecting society and the planet. You'll learn about why collective action and organizing are more important than ever.

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?

Take a virtual tour of Detroit and learn how systemic racism is woven into the history of the city. Presented by City Institute, you'll learn about redlining, police brutality, the destruction of BIPOC neighborhoods, and local organizations fighting for racial justice.

Join professor of history at Tufts University Kris Manjapra for a talk about his new book, "Black Ghost of Empire." The book details how past emancipations were designed to preserve racism in ways that deeply affect contemporary society.

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

Drop into this workshop to learn about the Six Stages Framework, a tool that may help you better identify your understanding racism and how to respond to it. Both individuals and organizations can use this knowledge to fight for a more equitable society.