White supremacy culture (BIPOC): A workshop for executives and decision-makers

Starts: September 30, 2020 2:30 pm | Ends: September 30, 2020 4:30 pm

This session is for BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and people of color). White participants, for a session on September 24, click here.

Are you forced to make tough decisions right now? Are you afraid of falling into the same old patterns of inequity?

The COVID virus acts as an amplifier of every injustice that is built into our systems. As leaders, times of crisis like these offer the temptation to default to the way things have always been done – and the opportunity to transform your outcomes now and into the future.

Come together with other decision-makers to:

  • Share how it feels to be leading in this impossible moment
  • Reflect on who is being most impacted
  • Notice how white supremacy is showing up in your workplace – or inside you – and discover ways you can shift

This workshop is designed for board members, executives, and others who are making decisions for your organizations. Don’t expect a packaged training or a businesslike strategy session. Instead, this will be a facilitated conversation in small groups for folks who have a good grasp of white supremacy and have begun to implement racial equity in their organizations. You will leave with something you can apply to your work…and it might not be what you expected!

“It felt really honest and without pretenses.”
“[Most significant for me were] the breakout rooms, being in community with POC’s.”
“The space for reflection allowed me space to identify and acknowledge the ways that white supremacy culture is showing up in some of our covid decision making.”

Schedule

Wednesday, September 30, from 2:30-4:30 pm

This is a remote training via Zoom. You can see some introductory videos on working with Zoom here. Ways you could participate:

  • Computer with camera and good internet access
  • Phone with camera and good internet access (standard data rates may apply)
  • If need be, you can join via phone only

This session is for BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and people of color). White participants, for a session on September 24, click here.

Accessibility

The only captioning we offer at this time is through AI (artificial intelligence) services – Rev for captions and Otter for live transcription. Please contact us if you have any questions about accessibility.

Registration

The fee for this workshop is $95. We welcome everyone, and we ask each person to pay what you are able.

Space is limited. Register now

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Event Organizers

Carrie FuentesCarrie Fuentes (she/her/sometimes Queen) is a Xicana Fat Femme, born in Los Angeles and raised in Portland. Carrie has been working within local fat and queer community for over 10 years and working towards racial liberation since she learned about inequity from a very early age. As a trainer, consultant and facilitator Carrie uses humor and direct communication as key components to making difficult topics more accessible to folks.

Kellie ShawKellie is a Black woman from Portland Oregon who is committed to helping her community find their authentic voices and stand against bias. She challenges herself to look at the world through an equitable lens and invites others to do the same. A consummate volunteer who supports grassroots organizations, she has sat on several boards throughout the area. Kellie co-founded a Racial Equity group where she facilitated lessons around racial and social justice for teachers and parents. Kellie has been a life coach since 2011 and currently contracts with RNW as an equity-informed facilitator, mediator, trainer, and coach. In her off time, in addition to being an avid reader, she enjoys traveling, skiing, and fishing.

Aliyah Blank

Hi, I am Aliyah. I am currently a rising senior at Lincoln High School. I have a passion for constitutional law and racial justice. In 2019, I served as a member of the Lincoln High School Constitution Team that came in first in State and fourth in National competition. In 2020 I participated in our Mock Trial Team. I also have taken Critical Race Studies at Lincoln and will be taking it again next school year. Outside of school, I have served as a member of the Latino Network’s Latino Student Action Committee and I am currently a teacher for Mission: Citizen, a non-profit that helps immigrants study to pass their civics test to become citizens. I hope to attend college and Law School in the near future. You are never too young/old to do what you love.

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September 30, 2020 2:30 pm


September 30, 2020 4:30 pm


$95

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White supremacy culture (BIPOC): A workshop for executives and decision-makers


September 30, 2020 2:30 pm

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