Examining Racism: Looking Inward First (Not in Our Town Princeton)
Dates: To be determined. Email email@example.com if you are interested in this program for your organization or faith community.
Description: Two-part, interactive workshop to help participants begin to understand how racism functions and how all of us participate in its continuance. Limited to a minimum of 6 and a maximum of 20 participants.
Dates: Starts April 8
Description: Anti-Racism I is an introduction to the topic of race and racism in the United States. The primary audience for this course is anyone who is interested in learning about race/racism in the US who has never taken a course in critical race or ethnic studies or affiliated fields (indeed, who may not know what the fields of critical race studies or ethnic studies are), who has never read a book about race/racism, or attended any race equity or diversity trainings on the topic of race/racism.
Introduction to Implicit Racial Bias and What You Can Do to Stop It (Dr. Amanda Kemp)
Dates: April 15 or 16, 2021
Cost: $97.00 (minimum)
Description: Before we can create healthy relationships across the color line, attract and retain racial diversity, or be effective advocates for change in our institutions we need to increase self-awareness.
This training is one step that will help you avoid needless harm and to actively take the right steps to create a society that works for all of us.
Dates: May 3 and 4, 2021 (Monday and Tuesday)
Time: 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Eastern (both days)
Description: Participants explore race and build a sense of community across racial differences. The Institute will be highly interactive. Participants will have the opportunity to discuss the racial tensions that arose in the United States because of police brutality, anti-Asian bigotry, and the failure of our society to address structural racism and racial inequities.