Dec
13
to Dec 14

Phase 1 - West Palm Beach, FL

  • Human Services Mayme Fredericks Building (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Moving the focus from individual bigotry and bias, the REI Phase 1 workshop presents a historical, cultural, structural and institutional analysis. REI believes that organizations often work for equity with multiple understandings of racism that rely more on personal feelings and popular opinion.

Please contact Megan Hayes-Bell (Megan@racialequityinstitute.org) for questions, group registration, or scholarship inquiries.

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Dec
14
to Dec 15

Phase 1 - Portland, ME

  • Allen Avenue Unitarian Universalist Church (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Moving the focus from individual bigotry and bias, the REI Phase 1 workshop presents a historical, cultural, structural and institutional analysis. REI believes that organizations often work for equity with multiple understandings of racism that rely more on personal feelings and popular opinion.

Please contact trainer Bay Love (blove@racialequityinstitute.org) for questions, group registration, or scholarship inquiries.

Printable flyer here

THIS WORKSHOP IS FULL.

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Jan
17
to Jan 18

Phase 1 - West Palm Beach, FL

  • Human Services Mayme Fredericks Building (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Moving the focus from individual bigotry and bias, the REI Phase 1 workshop presents a historical, cultural, structural and institutional analysis. REI believes that organizations often work for equity with multiple understandings of racism that rely more on personal feelings and popular opinion.

Please contact Megan Hayes-Bell (Megan@racialequityinstitute.org) for questions, group registration, or scholarship inquiries.

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Jan
22
to Jan 23

Phase 1 - Portland, ME

Moving the focus from individual bigotry and bias, the REI Phase 1 workshop presents a historical, cultural, structural and institutional analysis. REI believes that organizations often work for equity with multiple understandings of racism that rely more on personal feelings and popular opinion.

Please contact trainer Bay Love (blove@racialequityinstitute.org) for questions, group registration, or scholarship inquiries.

Printable flyer here

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Jan
25
to Jan 26

Phase 1 - Durham, NC

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

Hosted by OAR Durham.

Moving the focus from individual bigotry and bias, the REI Phase 1 workshop presents a historical, cultural, structural and institutional analysis. REI believes that organizations often work for equity with multiple understandings of racism that rely more on personal feelings and popular opinion.

Contact oardurham@gmail.com for more information or click below to register.

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Feb
2
to Feb 3

Phase 1 - Raleigh, NC

Hosted by Raleigh Organizing Against Racism (ROAR).

Moving the focus from individual bigotry and bias, the REI Phase 1 workshop presents a historical, cultural, structural and institutional analysis. REI believes that organizations often work for equity with multiple understandings of racism that rely more on personal feelings and popular opinion.

Registration not yet open.

Contact oarraleigh@gmail.com for more information or to be notified when registration opens.

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Feb
11
to Feb 12

Phase 1 - Greensboro, NC

Hosted by the Partnership Project.

Moving the focus from individual bigotry and bias, the REI Phase 1 workshop presents a historical, cultural, structural and institutional analysis. REI believes that organizations often work for equity with multiple understandings of racism that rely more on personal feelings and popular opinion.

Registration not yet open.

For more information or to be notified when registration opens, contact phyllis@thepartnershipproject.org.

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Feb
18
to Feb 19

Phase 1 - Durham, NC

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

Hosted by OAR Durham.

Moving the focus from individual bigotry and bias, the REI Phase 1 workshop presents a historical, cultural, structural and institutional analysis. REI believes that organizations often work for equity with multiple understandings of racism that rely more on personal feelings and popular opinion.

Contact oardurham@gmail.com for more information or click below to register.

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Feb
18
to Feb 19

Phase 1 - West Palm Beach, FL

  • Human Services Mayme Fredericks Building (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Moving the focus from individual bigotry and bias, the REI Phase 1 workshop presents a historical, cultural, structural and institutional analysis. REI believes that organizations often work for equity with multiple understandings of racism that rely more on personal feelings and popular opinion.

Please contact Megan Hayes-Bell (Megan@racialequityinstitute.org) for questions, group registration, or scholarship inquiries.

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Feb
21
to Feb 22

Phase 1 - Concord, NC

Hosted by Racial Equity Cabarrus.

Moving the focus from individual bigotry and bias, the REI Phase 1 workshop presents a historical, cultural, structural and institutional analysis. REI believes that organizations often work for equity with multiple understandings of racism that rely more on personal feelings and popular opinion.

Registration not yet open.

For more information or to be notified when registration opens, go to racialequitycabarrus.org.

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Feb
23
to Feb 24

Phase 1 - Greensboro, NC

Hosted by UNC-Greensboro.

Moving the focus from individual bigotry and bias, the REI Phase 1 workshop presents a historical, cultural, structural and institutional analysis. REI believes that organizations often work for equity with multiple understandings of racism that rely more on personal feelings and popular opinion.

Registration is not yet open.

For more information or to be notified when registration opens, contact jlhohn@uncg.edu.

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Mar
1
to Mar 2

Phase 1 - Burlington, NC

Hosted by Alamance Racial Equity Alliance.

Moving the focus from individual bigotry and bias, the REI Phase 1 workshop presents a historical, cultural, structural and institutional analysis. REI believes that organizations often work for equity with multiple understandings of racism that rely more on personal feelings and popular opinion.

Registration not yet open.

Contact alamanceracialequity@gmail.com for more information or to be notified when registration opens.

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Mar
15
to Mar 16

Phase 1 - Raleigh, NC

Hosted by Raleigh Organizing Against Racism (ROAR).

Moving the focus from individual bigotry and bias, the REI Phase 1 workshop presents a historical, cultural, structural and institutional analysis. REI believes that organizations often work for equity with multiple understandings of racism that rely more on personal feelings and popular opinion.

Registration not yet open.

Contact oarraleigh@gmail.com for more information or to be notified when registration opens.

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Mar
21
to Mar 22

Phase 1 - Concord, NC

Hosted by Racial Equity Cabarrus.

Moving the focus from individual bigotry and bias, the REI Phase 1 workshop presents a historical, cultural, structural and institutional analysis. REI believes that organizations often work for equity with multiple understandings of racism that rely more on personal feelings and popular opinion.

Registration not yet open.

For more information or to be notified when registration opens, go to racialequitycabarrus.org.

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Mar
27
to Mar 28

Phase 1 - Greensboro, NC

Hosted by the Partnership Project.

Moving the focus from individual bigotry and bias, the REI Phase 1 workshop presents a historical, cultural, structural and institutional analysis. REI believes that organizations often work for equity with multiple understandings of racism that rely more on personal feelings and popular opinion.

Registration not yet open.

For more information or to be notified when registration opens, contact phyllis@thepartnershipproject.org.

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Mar
29
to Mar 30

Phase 1 - Asheville, NC

Hosted by REI@AVL.

Moving the focus from individual bigotry and bias, the REI Phase 1 workshop presents a historical, cultural, structural and institutional analysis. REI believes that organizations often work for equity with multiple understandings of racism that rely more on personal feelings and popular opinion.

Registration not yet open.

Contact contactavlrei@gmail.com for more information or to be notified when registration opens.

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Apr
5
to Apr 6

Phase 2 - Burlington, NC

Hosted by Alamance Racial Equity Alliance.

The Racial Equity Institute Phase 2 training is designed to help individuals and institutions practice reframing problems and determining solutions with a racial equity lens. Using group exercises, it moves participants through a new way of thinking based on an “analysis before action” model and a learning continuum.  Participants will be encouraged to use the time honored “trial and error” approach, taking greater risks to change what are too often entrenched patterns of institutional practice.

Registration not yet open.

Contact alamanceracialequity@gmail.com for more information or to be notified when registration opens.

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Apr
10
to Apr 11

Phase 1 - Cary, NC

Hosted by Raleigh Organizing Against Racism (ROAR).

Moving the focus from individual bigotry and bias, the REI Phase 1 workshop presents a historical, cultural, structural and institutional analysis. REI believes that organizations often work for equity with multiple understandings of racism that rely more on personal feelings and popular opinion.

Registration not yet open.

Contact oarraleigh@gmail.com for more information or to be notified when registration opens.

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Apr
11
to Apr 12

Phase 1 - Concord, NC

Hosted by Racial Equity Cabarrus.

Moving the focus from individual bigotry and bias, the REI Phase 1 workshop presents a historical, cultural, structural and institutional analysis. REI believes that organizations often work for equity with multiple understandings of racism that rely more on personal feelings and popular opinion.

Registration not yet open.

For more information or to be notified when registration opens, go to racialequitycabarrus.org.

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Apr
25
to Apr 26

Phase 1 - Wilson County, NC

Hosted by Raleigh Organizing Against Racism (ROAR).

Moving the focus from individual bigotry and bias, the REI Phase 1 workshop presents a historical, cultural, structural and institutional analysis. REI believes that organizations often work for equity with multiple understandings of racism that rely more on personal feelings and popular opinion.

Registration not yet open.

Contact oarraleigh@gmail.com for more information or to be notified when registration opens.

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May
3
to May 4

Phase 1 - Burlington, NC

Hosted by Alamance Racial Equity Alliance.

Moving the focus from individual bigotry and bias, the REI Phase 1 workshop presents a historical, cultural, structural and institutional analysis. REI believes that organizations often work for equity with multiple understandings of racism that rely more on personal feelings and popular opinion.

Registration not yet open.

Contact alamanceracialequity@gmail.com for more information or to be notified when registration opens.

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May
8
to May 9

Phase 1 - Kannapolis, NC

Hosted by Racial Equity Cabarrus.

Moving the focus from individual bigotry and bias, the REI Phase 1 workshop presents a historical, cultural, structural and institutional analysis. REI believes that organizations often work for equity with multiple understandings of racism that rely more on personal feelings and popular opinion.

Registration not yet open.

For more information or to be notified when registration opens, go to racialequitycabarrus.org.

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May
13
to May 14

Phase 1 - Greensboro, NC

Hosted by the Partnership Project.

Moving the focus from individual bigotry and bias, the REI Phase 1 workshop presents a historical, cultural, structural and institutional analysis. REI believes that organizations often work for equity with multiple understandings of racism that rely more on personal feelings and popular opinion.

Registration not yet open.

For more information or to be notified when registration opens, contact phyllis@thepartnershipproject.org.

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May
16
to May 17

Phase 1 - Raleigh, NC

Hosted by Raleigh Organizing Against Racism (ROAR).

Moving the focus from individual bigotry and bias, the REI Phase 1 workshop presents a historical, cultural, structural and institutional analysis. REI believes that organizations often work for equity with multiple understandings of racism that rely more on personal feelings and popular opinion.

Registration not yet open.

Contact oarraleigh@gmail.com for more information or to be notified when registration opens.

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May
18
to May 19

Phase 1 - Asheville, NC

Hosted by REI@AVL.

Moving the focus from individual bigotry and bias, the REI Phase 1 workshop presents a historical, cultural, structural and institutional analysis. REI believes that organizations often work for equity with multiple understandings of racism that rely more on personal feelings and popular opinion.

Registration not yet open.

Contact contactavlrei@gmail.com for more information or to be notified when registration opens.

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Jun
6
to Jun 7

Phase 1 - Raleigh, NC

Hosted by Raleigh Organizing Against Racism (ROAR).

Moving the focus from individual bigotry and bias, the REI Phase 1 workshop presents a historical, cultural, structural and institutional analysis. REI believes that organizations often work for equity with multiple understandings of racism that rely more on personal feelings and popular opinion.

Registration not yet open.

Contact oarraleigh@gmail.com for more information or to be notified when registration opens.

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Nov
16
to Nov 17

Phase 1 - Portland, ME

  • Allen Avenue Unitarian Universalist Church (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Moving the focus from individual bigotry and bias, the REI Phase 1 workshop presents a historical, cultural, structural and institutional analysis. REI believes that organizations often work for equity with multiple understandings of racism that rely more on personal feelings and popular opinion.

Please contact trainer Bay Love (blove@racialequityinstitute.org) for questions, group registration, or scholarship inquiries.

Printable flyer here

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Nov
9
to Nov 10

Phase 1 - Graham, NC (Alamance County)

  • Alamance Community College (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Hosted by Alamance Racial Equity Alliance.

Moving the focus from individual bigotry and bias, the REI Phase 1 workshop presents a historical, cultural, structural and institutional analysis. REI believes that organizations often work for equity with multiple understandings of racism that rely more on personal feelings and popular opinion.

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Nov
3
to Nov 4

Phase l-Chapel Hill /Carrboro

  • Hargraves Community Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Race remains an important indicator of well being in US society. When other factors that are cited as the probable reasons for health or social problems (e.g., income, education, parent involvement, access to health insurance, etc.) are controlled for by statistical analyses, race remains an important, independent predictor of health, social, education, criminal justice and other outcomes.

Click below for registration information:

https://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/eventReg?oeidk=a07efifzrbra82d985d&oseq=&c=&ch=

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Nov
2
to Nov 3

Phase ll-Asheville, NC- Organizing Against Racism

Phase II workshops are appropriate for those who have attended multiple Phase I workshops and feel like they have mastered the concepts presented there. Phase I is meant to provide participants with growing awareness of historical and institutional racism and an analysis of how systemic racism is maintained and manifested in our contemporary society. Once participants have had the opportunity to apply this analysis to the institutions and organizations where they work, they may be ready to consider how to move from analysis to action.  Phase II helps participants become stronger in developing a root cause analysis to problems of racism in their institutions and to consider what appropriate responses might be.

To register: contactavlrei.com

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Oct
29
to Oct 30

Phase 1-Cleveland Neighborhood Progress-Cleveland, OH

In January 2017, Cleveland Neighborhood Progress and engaged partners will embark on a learning journey to increase our shared understanding of racial inequality, to foster productive dialogue among community stakeholders and civic leaders, and to determine strategies.

For more information or questions click here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/racial-equity-inclusion-phase-1-training-two-day-october-29-30-tickets-41500471026

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Oct
29
to Oct 30

Phase 1-Race Matters for Juvenile Justice

  • Hope Haven Conference Center3815 North Tryon Street

  • Charlotte, NC, 28206United States (map). 8:30am – 5:00 pm

  • Racial Equity Workshop is an intensive workshop series designed to assist professionals, organizers and youth in understanding how racial inequities affect our community; and ways to begin eliminating disproportionality and disparities within our society.

Employees of RMJJ Collaborative Partners: eligible for a 100% discount to attend Racial Equity Workshop due to contributions from your employer

Note: If you have already attended a Racial Equity Workshop with the Racial Equity Institute and wish to attend the training again, please contact us and include the specific dates you wish to attend.

For registration information: https://www.rmjj.org/event/racial-equity-workshop-061517/

 

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Oct
22
to Oct 23

Phase l-Race Matters for Juvenile Justice

  • Hope Haven Conference Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

 

8:30am – 5:00 pm

Racial Equity Workshop is an intensive workshop series designed to assist professionals, organizers and youth in understanding how racial inequities affect our community; and ways to begin eliminating disproportionality and disparities within our society.

Employees of RMJJ Collaborative Partners: eligible for a 100% discount to attend Racial Equity Workshop due to contributions from your employer

Note: If you have already attended a Racial Equity Workshop with the Racial Equity Institute and wish to attend the training again, please contact us and include the specific dates you wish to attend.

 

For registration information: https://www.rmjj.org/event/racial-equity-workshop-061517/

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Oct
19
to Oct 20

Phase 1-Cabarrus-Concord, NC

Even those who are concerned about racial disparities in all American systems and institutions are challenged in their understanding of how racism remains alive and well, advantaging some while harming others. REI's two-day Phase I training develops the capacity of participants to understand racism in its institutional and structural forms. Moving from individual bigotry and bias, the workshop presents an historical, cultural, structural and institutional analysis of racism, builds the capacity of participants to identify the root causes of disparity and helps establish goals and strategies based on that deeper understanding.

 

To Register:https://www.eventbrite.com/e/foundational-training-in-historical-and-institutional-racism-tickets-42130336972?aff=erelpanelorg

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Rarcialequitycabarrus@gmail.com

980-220-2069

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Oct
18
to Oct 19

Phase 1-Atlanta, GA

Race remains an important indicator of well being in US society.  When other factors that are cited as the probably reasons for health or social problems (e.g., income, education, parent involvement, access to health insurance, etc.) are controlled for by statistical analyses, race remains an important, independent predictor of health, social, education, criminal justice and other outcomes.

To register: https://inclusiveatl.forms.fm/racial-equity-institute-application

For more information Contact :   jenn@civicdinners.com

 

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Oct
17
to Oct 18

Phase I - Bar Harbor, ME

Moving the focus from individual bigotry and bias, the REI Phase I workshop presents a historical, cultural, structural and institutional analysis. REI believes that organizations often work for equity with multiple understandings of racism that rely more on personal feelings and popular opinion.

Location: Bar Harbor, ME - venue TBD

 For registration information: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/foundational-training-in-historical-and-institutional-racism-tickets-49254881677

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Oct
12
to Oct 13

Phase 1-Asheville, NC

Moving the focus from individual bigotry and bias, the REI Phase I workshop presents a historical, cultural, structural and institutional analysis. REI believes that organizations often work for equity with multiple understandings of racism that rely more on personal feelings and popular opinion.

 

For registration information: contactavlrei@gmail.com

 

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Oct
11
to Oct 12

Phase I- Charleston, South Carolina

Race remains an important indicator of well being in US society. When other factors that are cited as the probable reasons for health or social problems (e.g., income, education, parent involvement, access to health insurance, etc.) are controlled for by statistical analyses, race remains an important, independent predictor of health, social, education, criminal justice and other outcomes.

 

To Register: contact person: LaVanda Brown

Number:  912-844-6390

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Oct
8
to Oct 9

Phase 1-Partnership Project-Greensboro, NC

Why should you care about racial equity? Well, research shows that people of color have significantly worse outcomes in every sector of well-being throughout the United States, even after controlling for social class.

This is unconscionable and as a country that values democracy, we shouldn't be willing to stand for these blatant inequities. We cannot continue to try to address racial disparities and dis-proportionality without talking clearly about the historical, social, and political meaning of race in America.

To Register: http://greensborohealth.org/docs/Oct%202018%20flyer.pdf

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Sep
29
to Sep 30

Phase I, Latinx Challenges for Racial Equity - Greensboro, NC

Latino Challenges Workshop

The UNC Greensboro’s University Libraries, in collaboration with the Racial Equity Institute, will host the award-winning Latino Challenges Workshop on the weekend of September 29-30. Registrants should plan on being on the campus of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro at 9 AM on Saturday, September 29. The workshop will be held in the Associated Campus Ministries building in room 214.

Latino Challenges is a two-day workshop for people who live in or work with Latino communities interested in ending racial disparities in our institutions and working together for social justice. Participants will engage in a critical analysis of how racism dis-empowers Latinos, hindering both individual well-being and community development. The workshop will examine how Latinos have been racialized in the US, as well as the cultural backdrop of race and racism in Latin America that shapes our layered identity today. At the same time, the workshop will explore how our particular cultures, identities and histories of struggle are vital sources of strength for individuals and families of Latin American origin in the United States. Further, the workshop will directly address how racism is used as a wedge between Latinos and African Americans and undermines anti-racism movement.

About the Trainers: The workshop is lead by Dr. Raúl Quiñones-Rosado and María I. Reinat-Pumarejo, Latino community educators and antiracism organizers for over 25 years. In their work throughout the United States, in Puerto Rico, and internationally, they apply the principles and practices of consciousness-in-action, antiracism organizing, and integral transformative leadership. María is Founder, Director and Senior Organizer of Colectivo Ilé, and is a Core Trainer with The People’s Institute for Survival & Beyond. Raúl, Trainer-Consultant and Director of Latino Affairs for the Racial Equity Institute, is a liberation psychologist and author of Consciousness-in-Action: Toward an Integral Psychology of Liberation & Transformation.

This workshop is open to the general public and to UNC Greensboro faculty, staff and students. This is a two day workshop and attendees must be present both days in entirety. Parking on campus in the Walker Deck will be included as well as a continental breakfast, boxed lunch and snacks. There is a $50 registration fee for non UNCG affiliated participants. Registration is limited at 40 participants.

Please fill out the registration below. A registration form must be completed for each participant to confirm your spot. Payment must be received for non UNCG affiliated participants to confirm your spot.
Make checks payable to UNC Greensboro University Libraries (memo: Latino Challenges Workshop)
Please mail payment to:
University Libraries
Attn: Jennifer Hohn
PO Box 26170
Greensboro, NC 27402

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdaupGdAHR1yyboKM8cC1Ga4c2-_P-D8QlXZgi23cN-3ErSXg/viewform

For questions, dietary restrictions or other special accommodations, please contact Jennifer Hohn at 336-334-3418 or jlhohn@uncg.edu

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Sep
27
to Sep 28

Phase I - Raleigh Organizing Against Racism (ROAR)-Closed/Full

  • State Street Community Church (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

 

Raleigh Phase I Workshop - September 27-28, 2018 (Thurs/Fri)

Moving the focus from individual bigotry and bias, the REI Phase I workshop presents a historical, cultural, structural and institutional analysis. REI believes that organizations often work for equity with multiple understandings of racism that rely more on personal feelings and popular opinion.

Registration is closed. The registration limit has been met.

Host/Organization: OAR Raleigh

Contact: Cas Shearin (oarraleigh@gmail.com)

 

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Sep
25
to Sep 26

Phase 1-Leadership Montgomery (Maryland)

  • Universities at Shady Grove (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

In the Racial Equity Workshop, led by the Racial Equity Institute, LLC, participants interactively explore perspectives on race, racism, and racial and ethnic disparities. With a wealth of historical, economic, and other data, skilled facilitators foster thoughtful analysis and dialogue. Over the course of two-days, participants typically garner insights that are both profound and practical for understanding and choosing the roles we play when it comes to equity in America, our communities, and our organizations.

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Sep
24
to Sep 25

Phase 1-Partnership Project-Greensboro, NC

  • Wesley Long Hospital -Classroom 1 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Why should you care about racial equity? Well, research shows that people of color have significantly worse outcomes in every sector of well-being throughout the United States, even after controlling for social class.

This is unconscionable and as a country that values democracy, we shouldn't be willing to stand for these blatant inequities. We cannot continue to try to address racial disparities and dis-proportionality without talking clearly about the historical, social, and political meaning of race in America.

To Register: http://greensborohealth.org/docs/Sep%202018%20flyer.pdf

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Sep
20
to Sep 21

Phase 1-Race Matters for Juvenile Justice-Charlotte, NC

Racial Equity Phase I is a two-day, intensive workshop designed to build the capacity of educators, health practitioners, child welfare advocates, judicial officers, elected officials, law enforcement officers and other community leaders who are interested in understanding and eliminating racial inequities, disparities, and disproportionality within the Mecklenburg community.

The curricula provides talking points, historical factors and an organizational definition of racism. It also supports organizational and community leaders develop a common race analysis and foundational vocabulary. This workshop connects the dots between the origins of race in the early construction of America to today’s current systemic racial inequities across our nation.

Registration cost is $275 and includes parking, meals and electronic study materials. For information on available scholarships, please contact Jerry.W.Boyce@nccourts.org.

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Sep
13
to Sep 14

Phase 1-Cabarrus-Concord, NC

Even those who are concerned about racial disparities in all American systems and institutions are challenged in their understanding of how racism remains alive and well, advantaging some while harming others. REI's two-day Phase I training develops the capacity of participants to understand racism in its institutional and structural forms. Moving from individual bigotry and bias, the workshop presents an historical, cultural, structural and institutional analysis of racism, builds the capacity of participants to identify the root causes of disparity and helps establish goals and strategies based on that deeper understanding.

 

To Register:https://www.eventbrite.com/e/foundational-training-in-historical-and-institutional-racism-tickets-42130336972?aff=erelpanelorg

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

racialequitycabarrus@gmail.

980-220-2069

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Aug
16
to Aug 17

Phase l - Greensboro, NC

  • Guilford Park Presbyterian (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

 

Race remains an important indicator of well being in US society. When other factors that are cited as the probable reasons for health or social problems (e.g., income, education, parent involvement, access to health insurance, etc.) are controlled for by statistical analyses, race remains an important, independent predictor of health, social, education, criminal justice and other outcomes.

Host/Organizer: The Partnership Project

Contact: Phyllis Carter (partnershipproject.ur@gmail.com)

To Register: http://greensborohealth.org/docs/Aug%202018%20flyer.pdf

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Phase l-The Praising Place- Charlotte, NC
Aug
10
to Aug 11

Phase l-The Praising Place- Charlotte, NC

The Praising Place Church of God has coordinated a Phase 1 Racial Equity Workshop, presented by REI (Racial Equity Institute, LLC). This two-day Phase 1 training develops the capacity of participants to understand racism in its institutional and structural forms and the systems that sustain it. Our aim is to engage in a critical conversation based on historical and institutional analyses of race while examining disparities that persist in society today. Furthermore, we will consider our role in challenging and disrupting the powerful influence of such systems.

This workshop is open to the public.

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Phase 1-Kannapolis City Schools
Aug
1
to Aug 2

Phase 1-Kannapolis City Schools

  • Rowan-Cabarrus County College (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

This summer Kannapolis City Schools will coordinate three Phase 1 Racial Equity Workshops presented by REI (Racial Equity Institute, LLC). Each workship opportunity spans two days and will allow participants to proactively understand the influence of race within their organization as well as the larger community. Our aim is to engage in critical conversation around racial equity and examine disparities in achievement, health and wealth. Attendees can expect to participate in a historical and institutional analysis of these systemic inequities and consider how to disrupt their powerful influence.  

Chose from three dates:

  • July 11-12
  • July 23-24
  • August 1-2
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Phase 1-Kannapolis City Schools
Jul
23
to Jul 24

Phase 1-Kannapolis City Schools

  • Rowan-Cabarrus County College (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

This summer Kannapolis City Schools will coordinate three Phase 1 Racial Equity Workshops presented by REI (Racial Equity Institute, LLC). Each workship opportunity spans two days and will allow participants to proactively understand the influence of race within their organization as well as the larger community. Our aim is to engage in critical conversation around racial equity and examine disparities in achievement, health and wealth. Attendees can expect to participate in a historical and institutional analysis of these systemic inequities and consider how to disrupt their powerful influence.  

Chose from three dates:

  • July 11-12
  • July 23-24
  • August 1-2
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Jul
20
to Jul 21

Youth Workshop-Raleigh, NC

  • Pullen Memorial Baptist Church (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Does it bother you racism is alive and well in our society, advantaging some people while harming others? Would you like to learn the true history of race and racism they don’t teach in schools? Do you want to understand why racial inequities continue today? Do you wonder how the idea of race operates in our unconscious minds and social structures?

Ages 14 - 18yrs (inquire about exceptions)

Contact: oarraleigh@gmail.com

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Jul
19
to Jul 20

Phase 1-Leadership Montgomery (Maryland)

  • Universities at Shady Grove (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

What is the Racial Equity Workshop?

In the Racial Equity Workshop, led by the Racial Equity Institute, LLC, participants interactively explore perspectives on race, racism, and racial and ethnic disparities. With a wealth of historical, economic, and other data, skilled facilitators foster thoughtful analysis and dialogue. Over the course of two-days, participants typically garner insights that are both profound and practical for understanding and choosing the roles we play when it comes to equity in America, our communities, and our organizations.

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Jul
16
to Jul 17

REI Phase l -Youth Workshop-Durham, NC

Does it bother you racism is alive and well in our society, advantaging some people while harming others? Would you like to learn the true history of race and racism they don’t teach in schools? Do you want to understand why racial inequities continue today? Do you wonder how the idea of race operates in our unconscious minds and social structures?

 

Contact: 

Dan McKinney | Camryn Smith | Cathy Rimer-Surles
OAR Durham
214-562-7133|919-606-4304
oardurham@gmail.com

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