Nov
11
to Nov 12

Phase 1 - Durham, NC (FULL - Registration closed for new participants)

Hosted by OAR Durham.

REI’s two-day Phase 1 training is designed to develop the capacity of participants to better understand racism in its institutional and structural forms. Moving away from a focus on personal bigotry and bias, this workshop presents a historical, cultural, and structural analysis of racism. With shared language and a clearer understanding of how institutions and systems are producing unjust and inequitable outcomes, participants should leave the training better equipped to begin to work for change.

Workshop is full for new participants. Email oardurham@gmail.com to join waitlist. Alumni (returning participants) may register using the link below.

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Nov
11
to Nov 12

Phase 1 - Boston, MA

REI’s two-day Phase 1 training is designed to develop the capacity of participants to better understand racism in its institutional and structural forms. Moving away from a focus on personal bigotry and bias, this workshop presents a historical, cultural, and structural analysis of racism. With shared language and a clearer understanding of how institutions and systems are producing unjust and inequitable outcomes, participants should leave the training better equipped to begin to work for change.

Please contact coordinator Christian Douglass (christian@bayardploveconsultants.com) for questions, group registration, or scholarship inquiries.

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Nov
11
to Nov 12

Phase 1 - Winston-Salem, NC (FULL - Registration Closed)

Hosted by Neighbors for Better Neighborhoods.

REI’s two-day Phase 1 training is designed to develop the capacity of participants to better understand racism in its institutional and structural forms. Moving away from a focus on personal bigotry and bias, this workshop presents a historical, cultural, and structural analysis of racism. With shared language and a clearer understanding of how institutions and systems are producing unjust and inequitable outcomes, participants should leave the training better equipped to begin to work for change.

This workshop is full and registration is now closed. Contact Kenneth Holly at kholly@nbncommunity.org for more information or to be added to the waitlist.

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Nov
14
to Nov 15

Phase 1 - Concord, NC

  • All Saints' Episcopal Church (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Hosted by Racial Equity Cabarrus.

REI’s two-day Phase 1 training is designed to develop the capacity of participants to better understand racism in its institutional and structural forms. Moving away from a focus on personal bigotry and bias, this workshop presents a historical, cultural, and structural analysis of racism. With shared language and a clearer understanding of how institutions and systems are producing unjust and inequitable outcomes, participants should leave the training better equipped to begin to work for change.

Register below or contact Chuck Collier at 704-430-6818 or racialequitycabarrus2019@gmail.com for more information.

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Nov
15
to Nov 16

Latino Challenges - Providence, RI

  • Child & Family Services (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Hosted by the Rhode Island Foundation.

Latino Challenges is a two-day workshop for people who live in or work with Latino communities and are interested in ending racial disparities in our institutions and working together for social justice. Participants engage in a critical analysis of how racism dis-empowers Latinos, hindering both individual well-being and community development. We examine how Latinos have been racialized in the US and explore how our particular cultures, identities and histories of struggle are sources of strength. Further, we directly address how racism is used as a wedge between Latinos and African Americans and undermines the anti-racism movement.

Register below or contact Claudia Cornejo (ccornejo@rifoundation.org; 401-427-4031) with questions or for more information.

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Nov
18
to Nov 19

Phase 1 - Portland, ME

REI’s two-day Phase 1 training is designed to develop the capacity of participants to better understand racism in its institutional and structural forms. Moving away from a focus on personal bigotry and bias, this workshop presents a historical, cultural, and structural analysis of racism. With shared language and a clearer understanding of how institutions and systems are producing unjust and inequitable outcomes, participants should leave the training better equipped to begin to work for change.

Please contact Jerome Bennett (jerome.bennett411@gmail.com) with questions or for more information.

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Nov
18
to Nov 19

Phase 1 - Los Angeles, CA (FULL - Registration Closed)

REI’s two-day Phase 1 training is designed to develop the capacity of participants to better understand racism in its institutional and structural forms. Moving away from a focus on personal bigotry and bias, this workshop presents a historical, cultural, and structural analysis of racism. With shared language and a clearer understanding of how institutions and systems are producing unjust and inequitable outcomes, participants should leave the training better equipped to begin to work for change.

Printable flyer here

This workshop is FULL. Please contact Reiney Lin at reineylin@gmail.com to be added to the waitlist or to be notified of future workshops in Los Angeles, CA.

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Nov
19
to Nov 20

Phase 1 - West Palm Beach, FL

  • Paul Laurence Dunbar Senior Complex Clubhouse (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

REI’s two-day Phase 1 training is designed to develop the capacity of participants to better understand racism in its institutional and structural forms. Moving away from a focus on personal bigotry and bias, this workshop presents a historical, cultural, and structural analysis of racism. With shared language and a clearer understanding of how institutions and systems are producing unjust and inequitable outcomes, participants should leave the training better equipped to begin to work for change.

For additional information, please contact Barbara Cheives at barbara@convergeandassociates.com or 561-351-6864 .

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Dec
3
to Dec 4

Phase 1 - Rockville, MD (FULL - Registration Closed)

Hosted by Leadership Montgomery.

REI’s two-day Phase 1 training is designed to develop the capacity of participants to better understand racism in its institutional and structural forms. Moving away from a focus on personal bigotry and bias, this workshop presents a historical, cultural, and structural analysis of racism. With shared language and a clearer understanding of how institutions and systems are producing unjust and inequitable outcomes, participants should leave the training better equipped to begin to work for change.

Registration for this workshop is now closed. Contact Alison McLaughlin at alison.mclaughlin@leadermont.org with questions or to be added to the waitlist.

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Dec
5
to Dec 6

Phase 1 - Raleigh, NC (FULL - Registration Closed)

  • Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Raleigh (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Hosted by Raleigh Organizing Against Racism (ROAR).

REI’s two-day Phase 1 training is designed to develop the capacity of participants to better understand racism in its institutional and structural forms. Moving away from a focus on personal bigotry and bias, this workshop presents a historical, cultural, and structural analysis of racism. With shared language and a clearer understanding of how institutions and systems are producing unjust and inequitable outcomes, participants should leave the training better equipped to begin to work for change.

Registration for this workshop is now closed. Contact oarraleigh@gmail.com for more information or to be added to the waitlist.

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Dec
5
to Dec 6

Phase 1 - Durham, NC (FULL - Registration closed for new participants)

  • St. Titus' Episcopal Church (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Hosted by OAR Durham.

REI’s two-day Phase 1 training is designed to develop the capacity of participants to better understand racism in its institutional and structural forms. Moving away from a focus on personal bigotry and bias, this workshop presents a historical, cultural, and structural analysis of racism. With shared language and a clearer understanding of how institutions and systems are producing unjust and inequitable outcomes, participants should leave the training better equipped to begin to work for change.

Workshop is CLOSED to new participants. Contact oardurham@gmail.com for more information or to be added to the waitlist. Alumni who have previously attended both days of Phase 1 may register below.

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Dec
6
to Dec 7

Phase 1 - Portland, ME

REI’s two-day Phase 1 training is designed to develop the capacity of participants to better understand racism in its institutional and structural forms. Moving away from a focus on personal bigotry and bias, this workshop presents a historical, cultural, and structural analysis of racism. With shared language and a clearer understanding of how institutions and systems are producing unjust and inequitable outcomes, participants should leave the training better equipped to begin to work for change.

Please contact Jerome Bennett (jerome.bennett411@gmail.com) with questions or for more information.

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Dec
9
to Dec 10

Phase 1 - Boston, MA

REI’s two-day Phase 1 training is designed to develop the capacity of participants to better understand racism in its institutional and structural forms. Moving away from a focus on personal bigotry and bias, this workshop presents a historical, cultural, and structural analysis of racism. With shared language and a clearer understanding of how institutions and systems are producing unjust and inequitable outcomes, participants should leave the training better equipped to begin to work for change.

Please contact coordinator Christian Douglass (christian@bayardploveconsultants.com) for questions, group registration, or scholarship inquiries.

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Dec
16
to Dec 17

Phase 1 - Durham, NC

  • St. Luke's Episcopal Church (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Hosted by OAR Durham.

REI’s two-day Phase 1 training is designed to develop the capacity of participants to better understand racism in its institutional and structural forms. Moving away from a focus on personal bigotry and bias, this workshop presents a historical, cultural, and structural analysis of racism. With shared language and a clearer understanding of how institutions and systems are producing unjust and inequitable outcomes, participants should leave the training better equipped to begin to work for change.

Register below or email oardurham@gmail.com for more information or with any questions.

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Feb
13
to Feb 14

Phase 1 - Rockville, MD

Hosted by Leadership Montgomery.

REI’s two-day Phase 1 training is designed to develop the capacity of participants to better understand racism in its institutional and structural forms. Moving away from a focus on personal bigotry and bias, this workshop presents a historical, cultural, and structural analysis of racism. With shared language and a clearer understanding of how institutions and systems are producing unjust and inequitable outcomes, participants should leave the training better equipped to begin to work for change.

Register below or contact Alison McLaughlin at alison.mclaughlin@leadermont.org with questions or for more information.

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Mar
5
to Mar 6

Phase 2 - Rockville, MD

Hosted by Leadership Montgomery.

The two-day Phase 2 workshop helps emerging racial equity leaders identify their struggles and challenges in light of the racial equity analysis outlined in Phase 1.  Following an in-depth review of key Phase 1 concepts, participants examine internalized oppression, feelings of inferiority and superiority, and racial identity development and how personal and organizational practices are affected by these feelings. The consistent and predictable outcomes of organizations and institutions find their roots in structures supported and maintained by individuals who have internalized narratives of inequity and injustice. In Phase 2, participants practice looking at problems through an equity lens and develop an appreciation for the power of narrative and work on developing personal and organizational visions.

Note: Attendance at both days of a Phase 1 workshop is required for participation in a Phase 2 workshop.

Register below or contact Alison McLaughlin (alison.mclaughlin@leadermont.org) with questions or for more information.

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Apr
23
to Apr 24

Phase 1 - Rockville, MD

Hosted by Leadership Montgomery.

REI’s two-day Phase 1 training is designed to develop the capacity of participants to better understand racism in its institutional and structural forms. Moving away from a focus on personal bigotry and bias, this workshop presents a historical, cultural, and structural analysis of racism. With shared language and a clearer understanding of how institutions and systems are producing unjust and inequitable outcomes, participants should leave the training better equipped to begin to work for change.

Register below or contact Alison McLaughlin at alison.mclaughlin@leadermont.org with questions or for more information.

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Jun
24
to Jun 25

Phase 1 - Rockville, MD

Hosted by Leadership Montgomery.

REI’s two-day Phase 1 training is designed to develop the capacity of participants to better understand racism in its institutional and structural forms. Moving away from a focus on personal bigotry and bias, this workshop presents a historical, cultural, and structural analysis of racism. With shared language and a clearer understanding of how institutions and systems are producing unjust and inequitable outcomes, participants should leave the training better equipped to begin to work for change.

Register below or contact Alison McLaughlin at alison.mclaughlin@leadermont.org with questions or for more information.

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Nov
8
to Nov 9

Phase 1 - Asheville, NC (FULL - Registration Closed)

Hosted by the Racial Equity Collective.

REI’s two-day Phase 1 training is designed to develop the capacity of participants to better understand racism in its institutional and structural forms. Moving away from a focus on personal bigotry and bias, this workshop presents a historical, cultural, and structural analysis of racism. With shared language and a clearer understanding of how institutions and systems are producing unjust and inequitable outcomes, participants should leave the training better equipped to begin to work for change.

This workshop is full, and registrations are no longer being accepted. Please contact the Racial Equity Collective at contactavlrei@gmail.com to be added to their mailing list and alerted to future Asheville-area workshops.

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Nov
8
to Nov 9

Phase 1 - Raleigh, NC (FULL - Registration Closed)

  • St. Mark's Episcopal Church (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Hosted by Raleigh Organizing Against Racism (ROAR).

REI’s two-day Phase 1 training is designed to develop the capacity of participants to better understand racism in its institutional and structural forms. Moving away from a focus on personal bigotry and bias, this workshop presents a historical, cultural, and structural analysis of racism. With shared language and a clearer understanding of how institutions and systems are producing unjust and inequitable outcomes, participants should leave the training better equipped to begin to work for change.

This workshop is full and registration is closed. Contact oarraleigh@gmail.com for more information.

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Nov
8
to Nov 9

Phase 1 - Harrisonburg, VA

  • Community Mennonite Church (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Hosted by Faith in Action.

REI’s two-day Phase 1 training is designed to develop the capacity of participants to better understand racism in its institutional and structural forms. Moving away from a focus on personal bigotry and bias, this workshop presents a historical, cultural, and structural analysis of racism. With shared language and a clearer understanding of how institutions and systems are producing unjust and inequitable outcomes, participants should leave the training better equipped to begin to work for change.

Register below or contact Art Stoltzfus at faithinactionva@gmail.com with questions or for more information.

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Nov
5
to Nov 6

Phase 2 - Rockville, MD

Hosted by Leadership Montgomery.

The two-day Phase 2 workshop helps emerging racial equity leaders identify their struggles and challenges in light of the racial equity analysis outlined in Phase 1.  Following an in-depth review of key Phase 1 concepts, participants examine internalized oppression, feelings of inferiority and superiority, and racial identity development and how personal and organizational practices are affected by these feelings. The consistent and predictable outcomes of organizations and institutions find their roots in structures supported and maintained by individuals who have internalized narratives of inequity and injustice. In Phase 2, participants practice looking at problems through an equity lens and develop an appreciation for the power of narrative and work on developing personal and organizational visions.

Note: Attendance at both days of a Phase 1 workshop is required for participation in a Phase 2 workshop.

Register below or contact Alison McLaughlin (alison.mclaughlin@leadermont.org) with questions or for more information.

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Nov
5
to Nov 6

Phase 1 - North Providence, RI (FULL - Registration Closed)

  • The Meehan Overlook at Notte Park (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Hosted by the Rhode Island Foundation.

REI’s two-day Phase 1 training is designed to develop the capacity of participants to better understand racism in its institutional and structural forms. Moving away from a focus on personal bigotry and bias, this workshop presents a historical, cultural, and structural analysis of racism. With shared language and a clearer understanding of how institutions and systems are producing unjust and inequitable outcomes, participants should leave the training better equipped to begin to work for change.

Registration for this workshop is now closed. Please contact the Rhode Island Foundation (401-427-4000; rsvp@rifoundation.org) for more information or to be placed on the waitlist.

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Nov
2
to Nov 3

Latino Challenges - Greensboro, NC

  • UNC-Greensboro Elliott University Center (Dail Room) (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Hosted by UNC-Greensboro University Libraries.

Latino Challenges is a two-day workshop for people who live in or work with Latino communities and are interested in ending racial disparities in our institutions and working together for social justice. Participants engage in a critical analysis of how racism dis-empowers Latinos, hindering both individual well-being and community development. We examine how Latinos have been racialized in the US and explore how our particular cultures, identities and histories of struggle are sources of strength. Further, we directly address how racism is used as a wedge between Latinos and African Americans and undermines the anti-racism movement.

Register below or contact Nakia Hoskins (nahoskin@ung.edu) with questions or for more information.

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Nov
2
9:00 AM09:00

Groundwater - Lexington, NC

  • Mary E. Rittling Conference Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Hosted and offered free of charge by the City of Lexington.

In this lively and participatory presentation, REI organizers will use stories and data to present a perspective that racism is fundamentally structural in nature. By examining characteristics of modern-day racial inequity, the presentation introduces participants to an analysis that most find immediately helpful and relevant.

Free of charge and open to the public. More information can be found here.

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Nov
1
to Nov 2

Phase 1 - Durham, NC

  • McMannen United Methodist Church (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Hosted by OAR Durham.

REI’s two-day Phase 1 training is designed to develop the capacity of participants to better understand racism in its institutional and structural forms. Moving away from a focus on personal bigotry and bias, this workshop presents a historical, cultural, and structural analysis of racism. With shared language and a clearer understanding of how institutions and systems are producing unjust and inequitable outcomes, participants should leave the training better equipped to begin to work for change.

Register below or contact oardurham@gmail.com with questions or for more information.

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Oct
29
to Oct 30

Phase 1 - Rockville, MD (FULL - Registration Closed)

Hosted by Leadership Montgomery.

REI’s two-day Phase 1 training is designed to develop the capacity of participants to better understand racism in its institutional and structural forms. Moving away from a focus on personal bigotry and bias, this workshop presents a historical, cultural, and structural analysis of racism. With shared language and a clearer understanding of how institutions and systems are producing unjust and inequitable outcomes, participants should leave the training better equipped to begin to work for change.

This workshop is full and registration is closed. More workshops are scheduled for December 2019 and February, April and June 2020. More information here.

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Oct
26
8:45 AM08:45

Groundwater - Durham, NC

  • Duke Memorial United Methodist Church (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Hosted by OAR Durham.

In this lively and participatory presentation, REI organizers will use stories and data to present a perspective that racism is fundamentally structural in nature. By examining characteristics of modern-day racial inequity, the presentation introduces participants to an analysis that most find immediately helpful and relevant.

Register below or contact oardurham@gmail.com with questions or for more information.

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Oct
25
to Oct 26

Phase 1 - Graham, NC

  • Alamance Community College (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Hosted by Alamance Racial Equity Alliance.

REI’s two-day Phase 1 training is designed to develop the capacity of participants to better understand racism in its institutional and structural forms. Moving away from a focus on personal bigotry and bias, this workshop presents a historical, cultural, and structural analysis of racism. With shared language and a clearer understanding of how institutions and systems are producing unjust and inequitable outcomes, participants should leave the training better equipped to begin to work for change.

Register below or contact alamanceracialequity@gmail.com with questions or for more information.

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Oct
25
to Oct 26

Phase 1 - Hillsborough, NC (FULL - Registration Closed)

  • St. Matthew's Episcopal Church (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Hosted by Orange Organizing Against Racism (Orange OAR).

REI’s two-day Phase 1 training is designed to develop the capacity of participants to better understand racism in its institutional and structural forms. Moving away from a focus on personal bigotry and bias, this workshop presents a historical, cultural, and structural analysis of racism. With shared language and a clearer understanding of how institutions and systems are producing unjust and inequitable outcomes, participants should leave the training better equipped to begin to work for change.

Registration for this workshop is now closed. Contact oarorange@gmail.com with questions or to be placed on the waitlist.

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Oct
21
1:00 PM13:00

Groundwater - Warwick, RI

Hosted by the Rhode Island Foundation.

In this lively and participatory presentation, REI organizers will use stories and data to present a perspective that racism is fundamentally structural in nature. By examining characteristics of modern-day racial inequity, the presentation introduces participants to an analysis that most find immediately helpful and relevant.

Please register below or contact the Rhode Island Foundation (401-427-4000; rsvp@rifoundation.org) for more information. Simultaneous Spanish translation provided.

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Oct
19
to Oct 20

Phase 1 - Durham, NC (FULL - Registration closed for new participants)

Hosted by OAR Durham.

REI’s two-day Phase 1 training is designed to develop the capacity of participants to better understand racism in its institutional and structural forms. Moving away from a focus on personal bigotry and bias, this workshop presents a historical, cultural, and structural analysis of racism. With shared language and a clearer understanding of how institutions and systems are producing unjust and inequitable outcomes, participants should leave the training better equipped to begin to work for change.

Workshop is full for new participants. Email oardurham@gmail.com to join waitlist. Alumni (returning participants) may register using the link below.

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Oct
11
to Oct 12

Phase 1 - Siler City, NC

Hosted by Chatham Organizing for Racial Equity (CORE).

REI’s two-day Phase 1 training is designed to develop the capacity of participants to better understand racism in its institutional and structural forms. Moving away from a focus on personal bigotry and bias, this workshop presents a historical, cultural, and structural analysis of racism. With shared language and a clearer understanding of how institutions and systems are producing unjust and inequitable outcomes, participants should leave the training better equipped to begin to work for change.

Register below or contact Maura Dillon at chathamforracialequity@gmail.com or 919-533-9592 for more information.

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Oct
10
8:30 AM08:30

Groundwater - Hillsborough, NC (FULL - Registration Closed)

Hosted by the Orange County Health Department’s Health Equity Council.

In this lively and participatory presentation, REI organizers will use stories and data to present a perspective that racism is fundamentally structural in nature. By examining characteristics of modern-day racial inequity, the presentation introduces participants to an analysis that most find immediately helpful and relevant.

This workshop is FULL and registration is closed.

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Oct
9
to Oct 10

Phase 1 - Boston, MA

REI’s two-day Phase 1 training is designed to develop the capacity of participants to better understand racism in its institutional and structural forms. Moving away from a focus on personal bigotry and bias, this workshop presents a historical, cultural, and structural analysis of racism. With shared language and a clearer understanding of how institutions and systems are producing unjust and inequitable outcomes, participants should leave the training better equipped to begin to work for change.

Please contact coordinator Christian Douglass (christian@bayardploveconsultants.com) for questions, group registration, or scholarship inquiries.

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Oct
9
to Oct 10

Phase 1 - Cary, NC (FULL- Registration is Closed)

  • St. Paul Episcopal Church (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Hosted by Raleigh Organizing Against Racism (ROAR).

REI’s two-day Phase 1 training is designed to develop the capacity of participants to better understand racism in its institutional and structural forms. Moving away from a focus on personal bigotry and bias, this workshop presents a historical, cultural, and structural analysis of racism. With shared language and a clearer understanding of how institutions and systems are producing unjust and inequitable outcomes, participants should leave the training better equipped to begin to work for change.

This workshop is full and registration is closed. Contact oarraleigh@gmail.com for more information or to be placed on a waitlist.

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Oct
7
to Oct 8

Phase 1 - Greensboro, NC (FULL - Registration closed to new participants)

  • Guilford Park Presbyterian Church (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Hosted by the Partnership Project and sponsored by the Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro in honor of Nettie Coad and Linda Jones.

REI’s two-day Phase 1 training is designed to develop the capacity of participants to better understand racism in its institutional and structural forms. Moving away from a focus on personal bigotry and bias, this workshop presents a historical, cultural, and structural analysis of racism. With shared language and a clearer understanding of how institutions and systems are producing unjust and inequitable outcomes, participants should leave the training better equipped to begin to work for change.

This workshop is full and closed to new participants. Alumni (previous participants) may register using the form below or contact phyllis@thepartnershipproject.org for more information.

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Oct
5
to Oct 6

Youth - Durham, NC

  • Central Park School for Children Middle School (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Hosted by OAR Durham.

This two-day workshop for high school students aims to raise awareness of the role young people play in a movement for systems transformation and social justice. This workshop parallels the Phase 1 workshop but includes more videos and interactive exercises designed to educate about how racialized history, institutions and bias impact contemporary culture and experience and, most importantly, how young people can organize to create an equitable world.

Register below or contact oardurham@gmail.com for questions or more information.

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Oct
3
to Oct 4

Phase 1 - Kannapolis, NC

Hosted by Racial Equity Cabarrus.

REI’s two-day Phase 1 training is designed to develop the capacity of participants to better understand racism in its institutional and structural forms. Moving away from a focus on personal bigotry and bias, this workshop presents a historical, cultural, and structural analysis of racism. With shared language and a clearer understanding of how institutions and systems are producing unjust and inequitable outcomes, participants should leave the training better equipped to begin to work for change.

Register below or contact Chuck Collier at 704-430-6818 or racialequitycabarrus2019@gmail.com for more information.

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Sep
28
to Sep 29

Phase 1 - Portland, ME

  • Maine Coast Waldorf School (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

REI’s two-day Phase 1 training is designed to develop the capacity of participants to better understand racism in its institutional and structural forms. Moving away from a focus on personal bigotry and bias, this workshop presents a historical, cultural, and structural analysis of racism. With shared language and a clearer understanding of how institutions and systems are producing unjust and inequitable outcomes, participants should leave the training better equipped to begin to work for change.

Please contact Julia Kosowsky (julia.kosowsky@gmail.com) with questions or for more information.

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Sep
25
1:00 PM13:00

Groundwater - Cincinnati, OH

Hosted and offered free of charge by the Greater Cincinnati Foundation.

In this lively and participatory presentation, REI organizers will use stories and data to present a perspective that racism is fundamentally structural in nature. By examining characteristics of modern-day racial inequity, the presentation introduces participants to an analysis that most find immediately helpful and relevant.

This workshop is offered at no charge but space is limited, so please register below. Contact Michael Coffey at Michael.coffey@gcfdn.org with questions or for more information.

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Sep
25
to Sep 26

Phase 1 - Riviera Beach, FL

REI’s two-day Phase 1 training is designed to develop the capacity of participants to better understand racism in its institutional and structural forms. Moving away from a focus on personal bigotry and bias, this workshop presents a historical, cultural, and structural analysis of racism. With shared language and a clearer understanding of how institutions and systems are producing unjust and inequitable outcomes, participants should leave the training better equipped to begin to work for change.

Register below or contact Barbara Cheives at (561) 351-6864 or barbara@convergeandassociates.com with questions or for more information.

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Sep
23
to Sep 24

Phase 1 - Durham, NC (FULL - Registration closed for new participants)

  • St. Luke's Episcopal Church (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Hosted by OAR Durham.

REI’s two-day Phase 1 training is designed to develop the capacity of participants to better understand racism in its institutional and structural forms. Moving away from a focus on personal bigotry and bias, this workshop presents a historical, cultural, and structural analysis of racism. With shared language and a clearer understanding of how institutions and systems are producing unjust and inequitable outcomes, participants should leave the training better equipped to begin to work for change.

This workshop is full and closed to new participants. Alumni (previous participants) may register using the form below or contact oardurham@gmail.com for more information.

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Sep
21
to Sep 22

Phase 1 - Greensboro, NC

Sponsored by the UNCG University Libraries and the Office of the Provost.

REI’s two-day Phase 1 training is designed to develop the capacity of participants to better understand racism in its institutional and structural forms. Moving away from a focus on personal bigotry and bias, this workshop presents a historical, cultural, and structural analysis of racism. With shared language and a clearer understanding of how institutions and systems are producing unjust and inequitable outcomes, participants should leave the training better equipped to begin to work for change.

Register below or contact Jennifer Hohn (336-334-3418) or Nakia Hoskins (nakia.hoskins@uncg.edu) for more information.

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Sep
20
to Sep 21

Phase 1 - Asheville, NC

Hosted by the Racial Equity Collective.

REI’s two-day Phase 1 training is designed to develop the capacity of participants to better understand racism in its institutional and structural forms. Moving away from a focus on personal bigotry and bias, this workshop presents a historical, cultural, and structural analysis of racism. With shared language and a clearer understanding of how institutions and systems are producing unjust and inequitable outcomes, participants should leave the training better equipped to begin to work for change.

Register below or contact the Racial Equity Collective at contactavlrei@gmail.com for more information.

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Sep
19
to Sep 20

Phase 1 - Rolesville, NC (FULL - Registration Closed)

Hosted by Raleigh Organizing Against Racism (ROAR).

REI’s two-day Phase 1 training is designed to develop the capacity of participants to better understand racism in its institutional and structural forms. Moving away from a focus on personal bigotry and bias, this workshop presents a historical, cultural, and structural analysis of racism. With shared language and a clearer understanding of how institutions and systems are producing unjust and inequitable outcomes, participants should leave the training better equipped to begin to work for change.

This workshop is full and registration is closed. Contact oarraleigh@gmail.com for more information or to be placed on a waitlist.

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Sep
18
to Sep 19

Phase 1 - Boston, MA

  • Institute for Healthcare Improvement (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

REI’s two-day Phase 1 training is designed to develop the capacity of participants to better understand racism in its institutional and structural forms. Moving away from a focus on personal bigotry and bias, this workshop presents a historical, cultural, and structural analysis of racism. With shared language and a clearer understanding of how institutions and systems are producing unjust and inequitable outcomes, participants should leave the training better equipped to begin to work for change.

Please contact coordinator Christian Douglass (christian@bayardploveconsultants.com) for questions, group registration, or scholarship inquiries.

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Sep
14
to Sep 15

Phase 1 - Los Angeles, CA

  • Westwood United Methodist Church (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

REI’s two-day Phase 1 training is designed to develop the capacity of participants to better understand racism in its institutional and structural forms. Moving away from a focus on personal bigotry and bias, this workshop presents a historical, cultural, and structural analysis of racism. With shared language and a clearer understanding of how institutions and systems are producing unjust and inequitable outcomes, participants should leave the training better equipped to begin to work for change.

Printable flyer here

Contact Reiney Lin at reineylin@gmail.com for information about the workshop, registration, and scholarship opportunities.

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