• JANUARY 13 - JANUARY 15
  • Zoom Forum, Monterey & Santa Cruz County
  • January 13, 2021 to
    January 15, 2021
  • Category: Classes & Workshops

Event Details

  • January 13, 2021 to
    January 15, 2021
  • 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
  • Please see Website for Additional Information
  • A limited number of partial scholarships are available
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Venue

  • Zoom Forum
  • On-Line Virtual Event
  • Monterey & Santa Cruz County,

Event Description

Anti-Black Racism: Transforming Allyship

ANTI-BLACK RACISM: TRANSFORMING ALLYSHIP (FINAL DAY)

PURPOSE:
A forum for people of all racial identities to engage around ending structural and anti-Black racism. Join us for this opportunity to deepen understanding of racial domination, marginalization and subjugation.

OUTCOMES:
→ Framing racism and its impact across the racialized continuum
→ Interrupting the "divide and conquer" pattern of structural racism
→ Learning and practicing conversation across racial identity
→ Examining patterns, practices and accountability
→ Building accountable allyship for Black and other racialized groups

This virtual three-day event will be led by Joyce Johnson Shabazz, Founder of Evolution, LLC, a consulting practice that works with individuals and organizations addressing challenges to the relational dynamics of race in organizations and leadership. She also directs the International Black African Heritage Caucus and leads affinity work in partnership with the National Coalition Building Institute International. She is joined by Sue Parris, a consultant and trainer assisting organizations to increase awareness of racial and social equity issues and institute organizational equity and inclusion practices. Sue is Chapter Director for NCBI Monterey County and leads the NCBI International White Affinity Group. She is also a founding member of Whites for Racial Equity, a group of white people who are committed to dismantling racism.

PANELISTS:
Mary Ann Carbone, Mayor of Sand City, Chumash Healer
Brian Corpening Ph. D., Associate VP, Office for Inclusive Excellence and Chief Diversity Officer CSU Monterey Bay
Michael Frederiksen, Chapter Administrator NCBI Monterey County
Caroline Haskell, LCSW, Author, Consultant & Trainer
Luis Xago Juarez, Artistic Director, Baktun12
Margaret Keith, Director, Student Disability Resources, CSU Monterey Bay
Stephanie Low, Leader, NCBI Intl. Jewish Affinity Group
Erika Matademas, Community Impact Officer, Community Foundation for Monterey County
Andrea Monroe, Associate Director for Service Learning, CSU Monterey Bay
Eric Mora, Public Policy graduate student, Middlebury Institute of International Studies
Pamela Motoike, Ph. D., Professor, Service Learning Institute, CSU Monterey Bay
Francine Oputa, Ph. D., Director, Cross Cultural & Gender Center, CSU Fresno
Daniel Reed, Psy.D., Counselor-Faculty, Personal Growth & Counseling Center, CSU Monterey Bay
Rosa Smith, LCSW, Advocate for Black and Brown Youth and Families, Bronx, New York → Tyller Williamson, City Council Member, City of Monterey

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Educators (K12, Higher Ed)
Health Care Providers
Nonprofit Leaders
Students
Social Justice Advocates
Anyone who wants to be more effective at ending racism

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Hosted by National Coalition Building Institute (NCBI) Monterey County, and co-sponsored by California State University Monterey Bay, and Whites for Racial Equity of Monterey County. Special thanks to The California Endowment, Hartnell Foundation and Center for Nonprofit Excellence for their support.

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