Jun
28
Jun 29

Phase l-Raleigh, NC-Full/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.

Registration is closed. The registration limit has been met.

 

Contact-for registration information

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

Jul
10
Jul 11

Phase 1-Indianapolis, IN

9:00 am – 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.

 

For registration information contact: PayneP@myips.org

Jul
12
Jul 13

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

 

Jul
14
Jul 15

Phase 1-Hillsborough, 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:

https://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/eventReg?oeidk=a07edz0hbxnf5011c40&oseq=&c=&ch=


Jun
22
Jun 23

Phase 1-Cleveland Neighborhood Progress-Cleveland, OH

In January 2017, Cleveland Neighborhood Progress and engaged partners will embark on a learning journey to increase our shared understanding of racial inequality, to foster productive dialogue among community stakeholders and civic leaders, and to determine strategies.

For more information or questions, please contact Mordecai Cargill at MCargill@clevelandnp.org

Jun
16
Jun 17

Phase 1-Chatham County, 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. In March of 2017, we hosted our first countywide Phase I Racial Equity Institute workshop. The response was overwhelming. Therefore, we are excited to be able to offer our second Phase I workshop on June 16-17 in Siler City at Holy Trinity Church.

 

If you wish to attend, it is important that you are willing to commit to the two full days. Each day we will meet from 8:30am – 5:15pm and breakfast and lunch will be provided. The training will include up to 40 participants of different racial and cultural backgrounds, ages, and leadership positions. The workshop fee is $225 for Chatham County residents; scholarships are available so do not let the cost be a barrier. If you have attended a Phase I REI workshop, consider joining other alumni at the workshop (registration fee covers the cost of breakfast and lunch for the two days).

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 in June!

http://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/event?oeidk=a07ee1zjvyr3d3377e9&llr=9yr7db9ab

 

Jun
15
Jun 16

Phase l-Race Matters for Juvenile Justice-FULL/CLOSED

  • Hope Haven Conference Center

 

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/

Jun
5
Jun 6

Phase II - Oneonta, NY

Host/Organization: SUNY Oneonta

Contact: Kelly Spettel (kelly.spettel@oneonta.edu)

Jun
5
Jun 6

Phase I - Chapel Hill, NC- Limited seats available!

  • United Church of Chapel Hill

Host/Organizer: OAR Orange County

Contact: OAR Orange County (oarorange@gmail.com)

https://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/eventReg?oeidk=a07ee0szcmje7d4cdeb&oseq=&c=&ch=

May
30
May 31

Phase 1 - Charlotte, NC

  • Hope Haven Conference Center

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.

Host/Organization: Race Matters for Juvenile Justice

Contact: www.rmjj.org

May
11
May 12

Phase l - Greensboro, NC

  • Hinshaw United Methodist Church

Host/Organizer: The Partnership Project

Contact: Phyllis Carter (partnershipproject.ur@gmail.com)

To Register: http://greensborohealth.org/docs/May%202017%20flyer.pdf

Apr
27
Apr 28

Phase l-Charlotte, NC

University of North Carolina-Charlotte

Contact Susan McCarter at smccarter@uncc.edu for registration information.

Apr
12
Apr 13

Phase l - Charlotte, NC

  • Hope Haven Conference Center

Host/Organization: Race Matters for Juvenile Justice

Contact: www.rmjj.org

 

To Register:

https://www.rmjj.org/event/dismantling-racism-workshop-041217/

Mar
30
Mar 31

Phase l-Charlotte NC

  • Hope Haven Conference Center

Host/Organization: Race Matters for Juvenile Justice

Contact: www.rmjj.org

Mar
24
Mar 25

Phase I - Iowa City, IA

Host/organization: University of Iowa College of Public Health

Contact: Paul Gilbert (paul-gilbert@uiowa.edu)

Mar
20
Mar 21

Phase I - Durham, NC

Host/Organization: Duke School of Nursing

Contact: Brigit Carter (brigit.carter@duke.edu)

Closed for registration.

Mar
17
Mar 18

Phase I - Asheville, NC

  • Asheville, NC

Host/Organization: Community Coalition

Contact: Isabel Carson (carson.isabel@gmail.com)

Mar
6
Mar 7

Phase l-Greensboro, NC

  • Providence Baptist Church

Host/Organization: Greensboro Health Disparities Collaborative/Partnership Project

Contact: Phyllis Carter (partnership project.ur@gmail.com)