In Institutional Equity I, we introduce our equity framework and analyze how your organization’s values and practices drive your outcomes. In Session II, we jump right into exploring common racial inequities in the workplace and concrete shifts your organization can make right now.
Hosted by Resolutions NW
Your workplace is full of good intentions about racial and social justice, but your outcomes don’t tell that story. Sound familiar? This is the story of all too many of our organizations.
The focus of this institutional equity series is to help you see the choices you and your organization make and learn how to foster and engage an applied equity analysis to align your outcomes with your intentions.
This workshop will address barriers and challenges immigrant women face when accessing services, conversations about gender norms and female roles in Latino Families, and understanding the need for cultural focus and sensitivity when serving Latina survivors.
Participants will understand barriers and access to services, the importance of communication styles, and address cultural needs beyond bilingual intentions
Hosted by Jesse Remer and Astrid Castro
This course explores racial stereotypes that white people hold for Black/African American people and reviews the origins behind the creation of stereotypes. Course takes participants into a deeper look at whiteness. Questions: What purpose do our stereotypes serve? How does the media shape our perceptions of Black Americans? Course is heavily structured around small group discussions, exploring bias and uncovering the root of our thinking and intuitions surrounding racial stereotypes.
Presented by: Anthony Jordan MPA, CADC II, CRM and Jacob Mestman