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Talking About Race

The Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture launched Talking About Race, “a new online portal designed to help individuals, families, and communities talk about racism, racial identity and the way these forces shape every aspect of society, from…

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Going Beyond “The Talk,” June 18, 2020

If you heard the amazing Reverend Lukata Mjumbe at the NIOT May Continuing Conversation and want to hear him again, or if you’ve never heard him, here is your chance.  Click here to register by Wednesday, June 17.

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“I [STILL] can’t breathe”: Supporting kids of color amid racialized violence, June 5, 2020

Black, Brown, Native peoples, poor people – we talk with our children about how to interact with police. We file formal complaints against abusive officers. (Derek Chauvin had at least SEVENTEEN complaints on his record before his encounter with George…

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Empathy is Your Superpower: How White Allies Can Boost Their Persuasive Skills, Five-Part Workshop

Dr. David Campt will lead a five-session, online blended learning experience – Empathy is Your Superpower: How White Allies Can Boost Their Persuasive Skills – to help people learn best practices in persuasion around racism. The course will include 5…

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“When being right isn’t enough,” master class with Dr. Amanda Kemp, September 27, 2019

On Friday, September 27, 2019 at 9am, Amanda Kemp will be teaching a master class on how to talk about racism–especially when you disagree.  She writes: “I’m leading this free online class because I want to help you use your…

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