Continuing the Conversation on Race: Join us this Friday
The Continuing the Conversation on Race series will focus on understanding racism at work, the history and impact of systemic racism and how to become an anti-racist leader. Courses will be led by author, educator and executive director of People, Leadership and Development with the Alameda County Office of Education, Dr. Rachelle Rogers-Ard.
Develop a thorough understanding of the laws, policies and practices that became the foundation of anti-Blackness in the U.S. Participants will learn and share information, then be challenged to apply these concepts to our current racial climate.
Get a deeper understanding of whiteness, white fragility and strategies for managing microaggressions. Participants will be challenged to apply the learning to our current racial climate.
Discover the current leadership skills necessary to become an anti-racist leader. Participants will discover Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) tenets, apply these concepts to a current leadership model and be challenged to shift their personal leadership practice. Please note the new date for this session.
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