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GARE Midwest Region Gathering

Center for Social Inclusion / Government Alliance on Race and Equity

Monday, October 2, 2017 from 9:30 AM to 5:00 PM (CDT)

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Member 64 Tickets Oct 2, 2017 $30.00 $2.64
Non-Member 95 Tickets Oct 2, 2017 $100.00 $6.49

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SAVE THE DATE for the Midwest Regional Convening

GARE cohort participants, GARE members and government institutions that are interested in learning how to achieve racial equity outcomes are invited to attend The GARE Midwest Regional Convening.  The convening will occur October 2 in Madison, WI.  This year, our sessions will occur a day in advance of the YWCA of Madison Racial Justice Summit, providing you with an opportunity to attend that event (separate registration required).  

October 2 / Attend the Midwest Regional Convening Components

  • A plenary session and keynote address
  • GARE Racial Equity 101 training
  • GARE subject area meetings   
  • Presentations and workshops on what's working led by GARE cohort participants, members and staff    
  • Lunch and Learn exchanges  
  • Special session devoted to Workforce Equity problem-solving and strategizing  
  • An opportunity to get to meet and exchange our challenges and successes with colleagues in an informal social setting   

October 3 - 4  / YWCA of Madison Racial Justice Summit (admission details available at http://www.ywcamadison.org/)  

Each year, YWCA Madison hosts a Racial Justice Summit that brings together community stakeholders to work on eliminating barriers that foster racism. The Summit focuses on institutional racism and involves nationally-known keynote speakers and researchers, as well as local experts and advocates. Through an environment that encourages learning from and supporting each other in our common goals, the Summit provides a platform for action planning and community dialogue. 

GARE members who participate in the Racial Justice Summit will have the option of hosting a GARE post-conference session on 10/4 after 4:30 pm.    

COSTS

Participant fees are anticipated to be $30.00 for GARE member jurisdictions and $100.00 for nonmembers. These fees will be used to pay for meals and reproduction costs. Lodging and travel costs are the responsibility of attendees. For non-member group pricing (5+ attendees) please contact Maria Martinez at mmartinez@thecsi.org.

A block of rooms will be available at Best Western Inn on the Park (22 South Carroll Street, Madison, 53703) by calling (800) 279-8811 (Mention GARE Midwest Regional Convening 2017 Block). To receive block rate, reserve by 9/2/2017.      

Questions? Please contact Gordon Goodwin, GARE Midwest Region Project Manager at ggoodwin@thecsi.org or 763-258-3328. or Maria Martinez, GARE Network Manager at mmartinez@thecsi.org

Have questions about GARE Midwest Region Gathering? Contact Center for Social Inclusion / Government Alliance on Race and Equity

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Madison Public Library: Central Library
201 West Mifflin Street
Madison, WI 53703

Monday, October 2, 2017 from 9:30 AM to 5:00 PM (CDT)


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Center for Social Inclusion / Government Alliance on Race and Equity

The Center for Social Inclusion believes that a truly inclusive democracy is achieved when everyone can participate in the creation and sustenance of solutions that promote equity and fairness. To get there, we must recognize how structural racial inequity has excluded communities of color from being full participants in our society. We must also recognize, as a growing body of research shows, that policies and practices that explicitly address the needs of communities of color will build a vibrant, opportunity-rich society that improves the well-being of us all.

The Government Alliance on Race and Equity (GARE) is building the field of practice to advance racial equity within and through government.  Our focus is on normalizing conversations about race, operationalizing new policies, practices and organizational cultures, and organizing to achieve racial equity. We are seeing more and more jurisdictions that are making a commitment to achieving racial equity, focusing on the power and influence of our own institutions, and working in partnership across sectors and with the community to maximize impact. We are organizing in government with the belief that the transformation of government is essential for us to advance racial equity and is critical to our success as a nation.

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