While this symposium is free and open to the public we want to be clear that the intended audience is folks who have been already centering equity, diversity and inclusion (EDI) in the professional work that they do and are wanting to learn from folks that arealso equally committed and engaged in the work.
We recognize that folks and organizations will be at different places on their EDI journey but we are expecting that those who attend the symposium will have already begun and will be walking into the conversation with a foundational understanding of what a racial equity framework is and why it matters in the work that they do.
If this sounds like you, please register here.
This three-day symposium will be a chance to leverage professional networks across a multitude of fields to dive deeper into particular issues that contribute to success in promoting racial equity & inclusion in the workplace.Now, more than ever, we feel it is crucially important to engage in critical conversations around what it means to co-create a more equitable workforce and world.
The themes for each day are as follows:
• July 8: Planning and Preparing for Equity Work
• July 9: Sustaining Equity Efforts and Supporting Staff of Color
• July 10: Assessment and Accountability
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