Webinar:  Building Anti-Racist and Liberation Focused Workplaces

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Webinar: Building Anti-Racist and Liberation Focused Workplaces

Join SGO DEI Staff Programs and Training Manager Fatima Dainkeh as she shares ways dominant culture harms employee experience.

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  • 1 hour
  • Mobile eTicket


In this webinar, SGO Facilitator Fatima Dainkeh will share ways dominant culture harms employee experience, review core principles of anti-racist and liberatory practices in the workplace, and provide everyday action steps we can take to move closer towards liberated workplaces.

Learning Goals:

  • Identify what dominant culture is and its impact on the employee experience
  • Define what it means to be anti-racist on the personal and organizational levels
  • Begin thinking of small ways you can embody an anti-racist lens in the workplace

About the Facilitator:

Fatima Dainkeh is the Staff DEI Programs and Training Manager for She+ Geeks Out, specializing in topics about racism, sexism, and the ways we experience life based on constructs that uphold systems of oppression. Fatima has facilitated conversations and conducted trainings with leaders and members of schools, organizations and companies to help raise equity consciousness, while also providing knowledge, tips and strategies to help support institutional change. As a facilitator who believes in the power of sharing our stories, Fatima uses storytelling as a tool for individuals and groups to connect with one another, while also using it as an opportunity for us to witness different perspectives and realities.

Fatima received her Masters in Public Health from Boston University and earned her BA in Religious Studies and Anthropology from St. Mary’s College of Maryland. When she’s not facilitating, you can find her reading or writing poetry, dancing, singing, or embarking on her new journey as a life coach for millennials.