May
25
to May 26

Phase 1-Chapel Hill /Carrboro

Race remains an important indicator of well being in US society. When other factors that are cited as the probable reasons for health or social problems (e.g., income, education, parent involvement, access to health insurance, etc.) are controlled for by statistical analyses, race remains an important, independent predictor of health, social, education, criminal justice and other outcomes.

Click below for registration informtion:

https://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/eventReg?oeidk=a07ef33yxrga64472d5&oseq=&c=&ch=

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May
28
to May 29

Phase 1-Charlotte, NC-Race Matters for Juvenile Justice

  • Hope Haven Conference Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Moving the focus from individual bigotry and bias, the REI Phase I workshop presents a historical, cultural, structural and institutional analysis over 2 days. REI believes that organizations often work for equity with multiple understandings of racism that rely more on personal feelings and popular opinion. The lack of a common analysis creates complications to the goal of eliminating racial and ethnic disparities and producing equitable outcomes. With a clear understanding of how institutions and systems are producing unjust and inequitable outcomes, participants in Phase I are able to begin a journey to work towards social transformation and racial justice. 

Host/Organizer: Race Matters for Juvenile Justice

Contact: www.rmjj.org

Closed for registration.

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Jun
4
to Jun 5

Phase l-Race Matters for Juvenile Justice

  • Hope Haven Conference Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

 

8:30am – 5:00 pm

Racial Equity Workshop is an intensive workshop series designed to assist professionals, organizers and youth in understanding how racial inequities affect our community; and ways to begin eliminating disproportionality and disparities within our society.

Employees of RMJJ Collaborative Partners: eligible for a 100% discount to attend Racial Equity Workshop due to contributions from your employer

Note: If you have already attended a Racial Equity Workshop with the Racial Equity Institute and wish to attend the training again, please contact us and include the specific dates you wish to attend.

 

For registration information: https://www.rmjj.org/event/racial-equity-workshop-061517/

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Jun
5
to Jun 6

Phase 1-West Palm Beach, FL

Race remains an important indicator of well being in US society. When other factors that are cited as the probable reasons for health or social problems (e.g., income, education, parent involvement, access to health insurance, etc.) are controlled for by statistical analyses, race remains an important, independent predictor of health, social, education, criminal justice and other outcomes.

 

For Registration Information contact hayesbell2@aol.com

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Jun
6
to Jun 7

Phase 1-West Palm Beach, Fl

Why should you care about racial equity? Well, research shows that people of color have significantly worse outcomes in every sector of well-being throughout the United States, even after controlling for social class. This is unconscionable and as a country that values democracy, we shouldn't be willing to stand for these blatant inequities. We cannot continue to try to address racial disparities and dis-proportionality without talking clearly about the historical, social, and political meaning of race in America.

This is not just a diversity training, nor is it like any other anti-racism workshop attended by many of us in the past. It is uniquely powerful in its ability to unmask the invisible role of racism that lives in our history, current culture, and organizational systems. It lays the groundwork for dismantling racism and eliminating its power at institutional levels. We hope you can join us!

Contact Megan at hayesbell2@aol.com

 

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Jun
15
to Jun 16

Phase 1-Chatham County/Moncure, NC

Chatham Organizing for Racial Equity, also known as C.O.R.E., is a multi-racial group of Chatham County residents and community advocates who believe that racism in our community hurts us all.

CORE is pleased to offer this opportunity to attend a two-day Racial Equity Institute (REI) Phase I workshop in Chatham County. 

Before you register for this event, it is important that you are willing to commit to the two full days. Each day we will meet from 9 am – 5 pm and breakfast (starting at 8:30 AM) and lunch will be provided. The training will include about 40 participants of different racial and cultural backgrounds, ages, and leadership positions.

http://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/event?oeidk=a07ef33adtd764218ae&llr=9yr7db9ab

Liberty Chapel Church 
1855 Old US Hwy 1
Moncure, NC 27559  

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Jul
20
to Jul 21

Phase l-Raleigh, NC-Organizing Against Racism-YOUTH workshop

  • Pullen Memorial Baptist Church (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Race remains an important indicator of well being in US society.  When other factors that are cited as the probably reasons for health or social problems (e.g., income, education, parent involvement, access to health insurance, etc.) are controlled for by statistical analyses, race remains an important, independent predictor of health, social, education, criminal justice and other outcomes. 

 

 

For information on future Raleigh OAR trainings contact:

Cas Shearin
Raleigh Organizing Against Racism (ROAR)
919-274-8338
oarraleigh@gmail.com

 

 

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Sep
13
to Sep 14

Phase 1-Cabarrus-Concord, NC

Even those who are concerned about racial disparities in all American systems and institutions are challenged in their understanding of how racism remains alive and well, advantaging some while harming others. REI's two-day Phase I training develops the capacity of participants to understand racism in its institutional and structural forms. Moving from individual bigotry and bias, the workshop presents an historical, cultural, structural and institutional analysis of racism, builds the capacity of participants to identify the root causes of disparity and helps establish goals and strategies based on that deeper understanding.

 

To Register:https://www.eventbrite.com/e/foundational-training-in-historical-and-institutional-racism-tickets-42130336972?aff=erelpanelorg

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Rarcialequitycabarrus@gmail.com

980-220-2069

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Oct
19
to Oct 20

Phase 1-Cabarrus-Concord, NC

Even those who are concerned about racial disparities in all American systems and institutions are challenged in their understanding of how racism remains alive and well, advantaging some while harming others. REI's two-day Phase I training develops the capacity of participants to understand racism in its institutional and structural forms. Moving from individual bigotry and bias, the workshop presents an historical, cultural, structural and institutional analysis of racism, builds the capacity of participants to identify the root causes of disparity and helps establish goals and strategies based on that deeper understanding.

 

To Register:https://www.eventbrite.com/e/foundational-training-in-historical-and-institutional-racism-tickets-42130336972?aff=erelpanelorg

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Rarcialequitycabarrus@gmail.com

980-220-2069

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May
10
to May 11

Broward County, Florida

Race remains an important indicator of well being in US society. When other factors that are cited as the probable reasons for health or social problems (e.g., income, education, parent involvement, access to health insurance, etc.) are controlled for by statistical analyses, race remains an important, independent predictor of health, social, education, criminal justice and other outcomes.

The Racial Equity Training, delivered by the Racial Equity Institute, LLC is designed to build the capacity of educators, health practitioners, child welfare advocates, judicial representatives, other professionals and those persons who are interested in understanding and eliminating racial inequities and disparities within our society. This workshop is important for people who want to dismantle racism. It has often been said, “An organized lie is more powerful than a disorganized truth.” This workshop provides an analysis that helps participants gain clarity about how racism is well organized and at work in our institutional practices.

For registration information contact Suzanne Bundy -SBUNDY@broward.org

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May
10
to May 11

Phase 1-Partnership Project-Greensboro, NC

Why should you care about racial equity? Well, research shows that people of color have significantly worse outcomes in every sector of well-being throughout the United States, even after controlling for social class.

This is unconscionable and as a country that values democracy, we shouldn't be willing to stand for these blatant inequities. We cannot continue to try to address racial disparities and dis-proportionality without talking clearly about the historical, social, and political meaning of race in America.

http://www.greensborohealth.org/docs/May%202018%20flyer.pdf

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May
7
to May 8

Phase 1-Race Matters for Juvenile Justice-Charlotte, NC

Racial Equity Phase I is a two-day, intensive workshop designed to build the capacity of educators, health practitioners, child welfare advocates, judicial officers, elected officials, law enforcement officers and other community leaders who are interested in understanding and eliminating racial inequities, disparities, and disproportionality within the Mecklenburg community.

The curricula provides talking points, historical factors and an organizational definition of racism. It also supports organizational and community leaders develop a common race analysis and foundational vocabulary. This workshop connects the dots between the origins of race in the early construction of America to today’s current systemic racial inequities across our nation.

Registration cost is $275 and includes parking, meals and electronic study materials. For information on available scholarships, please contact Jerry.W.Boyce@nccourts.org.

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May
7
to May 8

Phase 1-Race Matters for Juvenile Justice

  • Hope Haven Conference Center3815 North Tryon Street
  • Charlotte, NC, 28206United States (map).  8:30am – 5:00 pm
  • Racial Equity Workshop is an intensive workshop series designed to assist professionals, organizers and youth in understanding how racial inequities affect our community; and ways to begin eliminating disproportionality and disparities within our society.

Employees of RMJJ Collaborative Partners: eligible for a 100% discount to attend Racial Equity Workshop due to contributions from your employer

Note: If you have already attended a Racial Equity Workshop with the Racial Equity Institute and wish to attend the training again, please contact us and include the specific dates you wish to attend.

For registration information: https://www.rmjj.org/event/racial-equity-workshop-061517/

 

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May
3
9:00 AM09:00

Groundwater-Cleveland, Ohio

A Groundwater Approach to Addressing Racial Inequities

The Groundwater Approach examines data to illustrate the following five points that are essential to grasping the nature of institutional racism.

In this interactive presentation, REI trainers use both data and stories from a variety of sources to provide a new framework for thinking about the root causes of inequity.

For registration information contact EBurnett@ClevelandNP.org

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May
1
to May 2

Phase 1-Cleveland, Ohio

Race has once again risen to the forefront of our national conversation. The outcome of a highly contentious Presidential Election that witnessed the collision of two radically different visions for our nation’s future, suggests to some that our society is hopelessly divided on the question of who belongs in America.

However, these incidents alone do not fully explain the tragedy of the current moment. In Cleveland, as in cities across the country, the inhabitants of high-poverty, racially segregated neighborhoods struggle to survive in the face of desperate circumstances—diminished resources and opportunities, underperforming schools, deteriorating physical environments, crime, and the constant threat of violence. The conditions in which they live all but predict the negative outcomes that characterize most low-income neighborhoods. Though the immediate future may seem bleak, the need for empathy, thoughtful discourse, and a commitment to justice, has rarely been more urgent.

Contact EBurnett@ClevelandNP.org for registration information

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Apr
23
to Apr 24

Phase I, Alamance County, NC

Race remains an important indicator of well being in US society. When other factors that are cited as the probable reasons for health or social problems (e.g., income, education, parent involvement, access to health insurance, etc.) are controlled for by statistical analyses, race remains an important, independent predictor of health, social, education, criminal justice and other outcomes.

Host/Organization: Community sponsored workshop

Contact: Shelby Smith (shelbynsmith82@gmail.com)

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Apr
23
to Apr 24

Phase 1-Atlanta, GA

Race remains an important indicator of well being in US society.  When other factors that are cited as the probably reasons for health or social problems (e.g., income, education, parent involvement, access to health insurance, etc.) are controlled for by statistical analyses, race remains an important, independent predictor of health, social, education, criminal justice and other outcomes.

To register: https://inclusiveatl.forms.fm/racial-equity-institute-application

For more information Contact :   jenn@civicdinners.com

 

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Apr
20
to Apr 21

Phase 1-Atlanta, GA

Race remains an important indicator of well being in US society.  When other factors that are cited as the probably reasons for health or social problems (e.g., income, education, parent involvement, access to health insurance, etc.) are controlled for by statistical analyses, race remains an important, independent predictor of health, social, education, criminal justice and other outcomes.

To register: https://inclusiveatl.forms.fm/racial-equity-institute-application

For more information Contact :   jenn@civicdinners.com

 

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Apr
18
to Apr 19

Phase 1-Atlanta, GA

Race remains an important indicator of well being in US society.  When other factors that are cited as the probably reasons for health or social problems (e.g., income, education, parent involvement, access to health insurance, etc.) are controlled for by statistical analyses, race remains an important, independent predictor of health, social, education, criminal justice and other outcomes.

To register: https://inclusiveatl.forms.fm/racial-equity-institute-application

For more information Contact :   jenn@civicdinners.com

 

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Apr
16
to Apr 17

Phase 1-Atlanta, GA

Race remains an important indicator of well being in US society.  When other factors that are cited as the probably reasons for health or social problems (e.g., income, education, parent involvement, access to health insurance, etc.) are controlled for by statistical analyses, race remains an important, independent predictor of health, social, education, criminal justice and other outcomes.

To register: https://inclusiveatl.forms.fm/racial-equity-institute-application

For more information Contact :   jenn@civicdinners.com

 

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Apr
8
3:00 PM15:00

Groundwater -Chapel Hill

This presentation will provide participants with critical insights about the impact of systemic racism in our society, covering areas such as education, healthcare, criminal justice, housing, and employment. Racism hides itself in our systems and institutions, and we cannot resist what we cannot see. Child care and interpretation will be offered.

Click here to register: http://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/event?oeidk=a07ef59kdpq75069224&llr=j8fssw9ab

Sponsored by the Orange County Food Council 

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Apr
6
to Apr 7

Phase I - UNC-Greensboro-Registration Closed-FULL

  • UNCG-Elliott Center University Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

The acclaimed Racial Equity Institute (REI) two-day Phase I Workshop, is designed to help leaders and organizations who want to proactively understand and address racism, both in their organization and in the community where the organization is working. This two-day REI workshop will be hosted jointly by the UNC Greensboro Provost’s Office and the University Libraries to foster local discussion concerning racism today. Racism is a fierce, ever-present, challenging force, one which has structured the thinking, behavior, and actions of individuals and institutions since the beginning of U.S. history. To understand racism and effectively begin dismantling it requires an equally fierce, consistent, and committed effort. 

 

Attendees typically report that this two-day workshop is a remarkable experience that illuminates the current national context of racism today.  Registering for the workshop represents a commitment to attend two full days (8:30-5 in EUC Alexander Room with breaks and food provided) of group learning and discussion.  If you are interested in participating in a workshop please contact Wanda Hunter at wmoorehunter@gmail.com.

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Apr
3
to Apr 4

Indianapolis Public Schools-Phase 1

Racial Equity Workshop is an intensive workshop series designed to assist professionals, organizers and youth in understanding how racial inequities affect our community; and ways to begin eliminating disproportionality and disparities within our society.

 

For registration information contact: PayneP@myips.org

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Mar
22
to Mar 23

Phase 1-Cabarrus-Concord, NC

Even those who are concerned about racial disparities in all American systems and institutions are challenged in their understanding of how racism remains alive and well, advantaging some while harming others. REI's two-day Phase I training develops the capacity of participants to understand racism in its institutional and structural forms. Moving from individual bigotry and bias, the workshop presents an historical, cultural, structural and institutional analysis of racism, builds the capacity of participants to identify the root causes of disparity and helps establish goals and strategies based on that deeper understanding.

 

To Register:https://www.eventbrite.com/e/foundational-training-in-historical-and-institutional-racism-tickets-42130336972?aff=erelpanelorg

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Rarcialequitycabarrus@gmail.com

980-220-2069

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Guilford County Groundwater
Mar
21
9:00 AM09:00

Guilford County Groundwater

  • International Civil Rights Center and Museum (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

A Groundwater Approach to Racial Equity is a lively and interactive program that will establish a foundational understanding of how race-based structural inequities impact health outcomes. This workshop will provide leaders with a basic understanding of how racism is structural in nature and what that social, political  and economic well being of the overall community.

Featuring expert trainers from the Racial Equity Institute.

 

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Mar
17
9:00 AM09:00

Groundwater-Alamance County

A Groundwater Approach to Addressing Racial Inequities

The Groundwater Approach examines data to illustrate the following five points that are essential to grasping the nature of institutional racism.

In this interactive presentation, REI trainers use both data and stories from a variety of sources to provide a new framework for thinking about the root causes of inequity.

Contact alamanceracialequity@gmail.com

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Mar
16
to Mar 17

Phase 1-Asheville, NC

Moving the focus from individual bigotry and bias, the REI Phase I workshop presents a historical, cultural, structural and institutional analysis. REI believes that organizations often work for equity with multiple understandings of racism that rely more on personal feelings and popular opinion.

 

For registration information: registeravlrei@gmail.com

 

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Mar
15
to Mar 16

Phase ll-Durham Organizing Against Racism

  • St. Luke's Episcopal Church (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Phase II workshops are appropriate for those who have attended multiple Phase I workshops and feel like they have mastered the concepts presented there. Phase I is meant to provide participants with growing awareness of historical and institutional racism and an analysis of how systemic racism is maintained and manifested in our contemporary society. Once participants have had the opportunity to apply this analysis to the institutions and organizations where they work, they may be ready to consider how to move from analysis to action.  Phase II helps participants become stronger in developing a root cause analysis to problems of racism in their institutions and to consider what appropriate responses might be.

This workshop is sponsored by OAR Durham.  The cost is $275 per person; $225 pp for those in groups of 3 or more; and $175 for students. To register please go to:  

Camryn Smith | Cathy Rimer-Surles
OAR Durham
919-606-4304|910-978-8018
oardurham@gmail.com

https://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/eventReg?oeidk=a07eey1aalyd6a83dfc&oseq=&c=&ch=

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Mar
9
to Mar 10

Phase I - Chapel Hill, NC-Chatham Organizing for Racial Equity (CORE)

  • Chapel in the Pines Presbyterian Church (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Moving the focus from individual bigotry and bias, the REI Phase I workshop presents a historical, cultural, structural, and institutional analysis. REI believes that organizations often work for equity with multiple understandings of racism that rely more on personal feelings and popular opinion.

FILLING QUICKLY, ACT SOON!
*Alumni can email the below address to register*

https://www.oaralliance.org/schedule/2018/1/15/rei-phase-i-workshop-chapel-hil

Contact Becky Peer of Chatham Organizing for Racial Equity (CORE)  at chathamforracialequity@gmail.com for more information.

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Mar
7
to Mar 8

Phase I - Newport, Rhode Island

Moving the focus from individual bigotry and bias, the REI Phase I workshop presents a historical, cultural, structural and institutional analysis. REI believes that organizations often work for equity with multiple understandings of racism that rely more on personal feelings and popular opinion.

For more information contact: Jessica Walsh at jwalsh@wrcnbc.org

Director of Prevention |  Women's Resource Center

114 Touro Street, Newport, RI 02840 | 624 Main Street, Warren, RI 02885

 

 

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Mar
6
9:00 AM09:00

Groundwater-Newport, Rhode Island

In this lively and participatory presentation, REI trainers will use stories and research data to present a perspective that racism is fundamentally structural in nature.   Structural racism is so normalized as to be almost invisible and it’s hard to address a problem that we cannot see clearly or understand well. Participants will gain an understanding of the nature of structural racism, and how diagnosis determines treatment. By examining characteristics of modern-day racial inequity, the presentation introduces an analysis that most find immediately helpful and relevant. 

 

To register, contact: Jessica Walsh at jwalsh@wrcnbc.org

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Mar
5
to Mar 6

Phase I - Lewiston, ME-FULL/Registration CLOSED

Moving the focus from individual bigotry and bias, the REI Phase I workshop presents a historical, cultural, structural and institutional analysis. REI believes that organizations often work for equity with multiple understandings of racism that rely more on personal feelings and popular opinion.

Location: TBD in Lewiston

Please contact Bay Love directly (blove@racialequityinstitute.org) for questions, group resgistration, or scholarship inquiries.

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Feb
28
1:00 PM13:00

Groundwater-Cleveland, Ohio

A Groundwater Approach to Addressing Racial Inequities

The Groundwater Approach examines data to illustrate the following five points that are essential to grasping the nature of institutional racism.

In this interactive presentation, REI trainers use both data and stories from a variety of sources to provide a new framework for thinking about the root causes of inequity.

For registration information contact EBurnett@ClevelandNP.org

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Feb
20
to Feb 21

Phase I - Portland, ME-FULL/Registration CLOSED

Moving the focus from individual bigotry and bias, the REI Phase I workshop presents a historical, cultural, structural and institutional analysis. REI believes that organizations often work for equity with multiple understandings of racism that rely more on personal feelings and popular opinion.

Location: Portland, ME - venue TBD

Please contact Bay Love directly (blove@racialequityinstitute.org) for questions, group resgistration, or scholarship inquiries.

Complete flyer here

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Jan
22
to Jan 23

Phase 1-Cleveland, Ohio

Race has once again risen to the forefront of our national conversation. The outcome of a highly contentious Presidential Election that witnessed the collision of two radically different visions for our nation’s future, suggests to some that our society is hopelessly divided on the question of who belongs in America.

However, these incidents alone do not fully explain the tragedy of the current moment. In Cleveland, as in cities across the country, the inhabitants of high-poverty, racially segregated neighborhoods struggle to survive in the face of desperate circumstances—diminished resources and opportunities, underperforming schools, deteriorating physical environments, crime, and the constant threat of violence. The conditions in which they live all but predict the negative outcomes that characterize most low-income neighborhoods. Though the immediate future may seem bleak, the need for empathy, thoughtful discourse, and a commitment to justice, has rarely been more urgent.

Contact EBurnett@ClevelandNP.org for registration information

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Jan
18
to Jan 19

Phase l-Raleigh, NC

 

Moving the focus from individual bigotry and bias, the REI Phase I workshop presents a historical, cultural, structural and institutional analysis. REI believes that organizations often work for equity with multiple understandings of racism that rely more on personal feelings and popular opinion.

Contact-for registration information

Cas Shearin
OAR-NC
919-274-8338
oarraleigh@gmail.com

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Jan
10
to Jan 11

Phase 1-Race Matters for Juvenile Justice

  • Charlotte, NC, 28215 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

8:30am – 5:00 pm

Racial Equity Workshop is an intensive workshop series designed to assist professionals, organizers and youth in understanding how racial inequities affect our community; and ways to begin eliminating disproportionality and disparities within our society.

Employees of RMJJ Collaborative Partners: eligible for a 100% discount to attend Racial Equity Workshop due to contributions from your employer

Note: If you have already attended a Racial Equity Workshop with the Racial Equity Institute and wish to attend the training again, please contact us and include the specific dates you wish to attend.

For registration information: https://www.rmjj.org/event/racial-equity-workshop-061517/

 

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