Thursdays, 3:00-4:30pm eastern time, for 8 weeks: March 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, April 6, 13, 20; hold April 27 as possible makeup day
Think Again Training & Consulting is launching a second cohort of a new organizational equity service: Antiracist Development for White Leaders, for leaders and decision-makers interested in moving to the next level of personal and organizational equity work. This 8-week, small-group cohort program will be a place for learning, reflection, peer support, and action, based in frameworks of intersectional social justice and challenging white supremacy culture. By addressing how we do our leadership work and confronting common patterns rooted in oppressive systems, we can strategically move organizational culture and practice toward alignment with antiracist values.
The program is most appropriate for people whose roles include two or more of: setting strategic direction for an organization (or division of a larger organization); making personnel (hiring/firing/promotion) decisions; supervising a team; setting policy for an organization (or division of a larger organization). Since different kinds of organizations name their leadership positions differently, it might not be obvious whether this is the right fit for you. If you’re not sure, go ahead and register, and we can discuss it!
If you can’t make it this time, but you’re interested for the future, you can also use this form to get on the list for next time. We recommend that one person per organization participate at a time. If more than one person in your org is interested, we can put folks on the list for next time.
When: Thursdays, 3:00-4:30pm eastern time, for 8 weeks: March 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, April 6, 13, 20; hold April 27 as possible makeup day
Where: via Zoom
Cost: This program is offered at a sliding scale based on the organization’s budget. More info below!
“I enjoyed how you framed things, the way you created space for different points of view, the way you respected whatever came in.
I found the materials helpful, interesting, and relevant.”
“I got a new perspective on anti-racism work generally, possible approaches, the breadth and depth of available materials for the undertaking—in short, how much I don’t know.”