Being an Anti-racist Virtual Training Series
We have designed a training and discussion series called “Being an Anti-racist”, for individuals who are committed to learning more about the personal, interpersonal, institutional and structural systems of racism, and taking informed action to transform our communities and end racism.
This training series is for individuals who are committed to learning more about the personal, interpersonal, institutional and structural systems of racism that can lead to informed action and transformation of a community determined to end racism.
The $100 registration fee covers the cost for all three sessions of the training.
Our next training is scheduled for June:
Being an Anti-racist – Virtual Training Series
When we choose to be anti-racist, we become actively conscious of race and racism, and take actions to end racial inequities in our daily lives. Being antiracist is the belief that racism is everyone’s problem, and we all have a role to play in stopping it.
We ask that participants commit to attending all three sessions when they register, since the information will build on previous sessions.
Friday, June 11, 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. – Part One
Let’s talk about and understand individual and interpersonal racism with the intent of reflection and discovery.
Friday, June 18, 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. – Part Two
Let’s learn and understand institutional and structural racism to better recognize how systems and structures perpetuate racism.
Friday, June 25, 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. – Part Three
Let’s take action now to commit to the daily work of being an anti-racist.
Registration is now closed. Please check back for future sessions, or sign up below for email updates!
Materials for Class Registrants
Now offering Being an Anti-racist Organizational Trainings
We are now offering our Being an Anti-racist Training Series for organizations. If your business or organization would like to receive an individualized training, please contact Shiquita Yarborough at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more and for pricing information.
Social Venture Partners (SVP) Boulder County recently participated in an organizational training series and highlighted their experience in a blog post.
Would you like to be contacted about future training opportunities? Please sign up below.