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Saturday, January 20, 2018 10:00 AM // Michigan Union – Kuenzel Room (1st floor)

Workshop: Introduction to Systemic Racism with ERACCE

 

This all-day workshop facilitated by Kalamazoo-based ERACCE (Eliminating Racism & Creating/Celebrating Equity) is helpful for beginning the development of a common language necessary for having productive conversations about race and systemic racism.

What can you do to abolish racism? How does your own racial identity factor into larger systems of power and oppression? Ask questions, challenge your own perceptions, and extend your knowledge surrounding race and racism. ERACCE believes that a mixed-race training team creates a safe and more liberating space for participants, so each training is co-led by one person of color and one white person.

This workshop is open to all and would support diversity, equity, and inclusion in your workplace, student group, or other community settings. This training is also beneficial for those who have a passion for advocacy and are already working to end racism. ERACCE will provide the necessary tools to develop more advocates and allies in your own community to foster local support systems.

1/20/18 10:00 AM
Michigan Union – Kuenzel Room (1st floor)

Workshop: Introduction to Systemic Racism with ERACCE

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This all-day workshop facilitated by Kalamazoo-based ERACCE (Eliminating Racism & Creating/Celebrating Equity) is helpful for beginning the development of a common language necessary for having productive conversations about race and systemic racism.

What can you do to abolish racism? How does your own racial identity factor into larger systems of power and oppression? Ask questions, challenge your own perceptions, and extend your knowledge surrounding race and racism. ERACCE believes that a mixed-race training team creates a safe and more liberating space for participants, so each training is co-led by one person of color and one white person.

This workshop is open to all and would support diversity, equity, and inclusion in your workplace, student group, or other community settings. This training is also beneficial for those who have a passion for advocacy and are already working to end racism. ERACCE will provide the necessary tools to develop more advocates and allies in your own community to foster local support systems.

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