Race Equity Culture Services

Race Equity Culture™ Services

Our Race Equity Culture services include convenings, working sessions, coaching, and partner trainings designed to shift mindsets, practices and systems in the social sector to increase race equity and build a Race Equity Culture.

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Race Equity Culture Working Sessions

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Awake to Woke to Work: Building a Race Equity Culture Open Enrollment Workshops

Once a month, we are offering virtual open enrollment workshops on building a Race Equity Culture. The first module is training on the Race Equity Cycle™ framework for organizational transformation and the second module is a deeper dive into operationalizing equity.

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An Introduction to the Race Equity Cycle Pulse Check

On September 22, 2021, we explored the Race Equity Cycle Pulse Check; what it is, how and when to use it; and some other questions we’ve received since it’s launch in May. Our panelists were Ericka Hines, Managing Director; Rebekah Gowler, Senior Director; and Seana Jean, Race Equity Associate.

Race Equity Culture Partner Trainings

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Racial Justice Stances: Dismantling White Supremacy Through Better Conversations

A workshop supporting more effective and humanizing racial justice conversations across layers of power and privilege. It is open to all individuals who have at least a basic knowledge of systemic racism.

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Intersectional Allyship for Racial Justice: A Workshop for People of Color

What does it mean for Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) to be effective allies to one another?

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We Can Get There From Here: Exploring Racial Liberation In a Time of Change

A three-part series on equity and liberation in organizations and communities. Participants must have an existing analysis of structural racism and the social construction of whiteness (not for beginners).

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Black Leadership: Navigating Executive Transitions in Historically White Led Institutions

This session is for boards and executive-level leaders seeking to understand how anti-Blackness impacts Black leadership regardless of positional authority.

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Intersectional Allyship for Racial Justice: A Workshop for White Allies

What does it mean for white people to be effective allies to people of color in our work for racial equity and collective liberation?

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More than Fragility: A Deep Dive into Understanding & Dismantling Whiteness

This workshop is for white leaders to explore how their identity connects to their capacity to lead and engage in racial justice work.

Building Black Power: Dismantling Anti-Blackness in Our Institutions and Movements

This session is for organizational leaders seeking to disrupt the ways anti-Blackness shows up within teams, organizations, and communities.