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Foundations of Internalized Racism
Wednesday, November 11th, 4-6 p.m.

Led by August Ball of Cream City Conservation, this session will help participants understand why power dynamics exist amongst racial identities. As a follow up to the historical context set in Racial Equity 101, this session will guide participants in assessing the impact of race on individual socialization and examine our role and agency. This workshop will foster collective understanding of the implications of race, assess the ways we unintentionally uphold these dynamics in our policies, practices, organizational culture, partnerships, funding, decision-making, etc. This session will help participants create change, building a learning community grounded in vulnerability and trust that allows the collective to reflect, strategize and change.

**Please note: this workshop requires that you have participated in or watched Racial Equity 101, and that you complete pre-reading assignments. Links to these resources will be included in your registration confirmation email.**

Nov 11, 2020 04:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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