What’s White Got To Do With It? Disrupting Race-Based Inequities in Well-Intentioned Nonprofits Webinar (Part 2)

Jun 05, 2019 10:00 am - 11:30 am

Whats White Got to do With It

UNA is excited to offer "What’s White Got To Do With It? Disrupting Race-Based Inequities in Well-Intentioned Nonprofits Webinar (Part 2)" presented by our partner organization, the North Carolina Center for Nonprofits. This webinar is the second in a series of webinars geared toward topics of equity, diversity, and inclusion. We are proud to partner with North Carolina Center for Nonprofits bring these imporatnt topics and discussions to the nonprofits of Utah. 

What’s White Got To Do With It? Disrupting Race-Based Inequities in Well-Intentioned Nonprofits Webinar (Part 2)
Participation in Part 1 is not a requirement.
Take a deeper dive into the extent that white dominant cultural tendencies have been internalized and operationalized within our nonprofits and the role that gatekeepers have in perpetuating or disrupting non-inclusive practices and policies. We’ll explore tactics that unite your staff and board in prioritizing equity and looking at the organization’s work and culture through a racial equity lens.

Wednesday, June 5, 2019   10:00-11:30 am (MST)

Cost:
$35 for UNA Members/$50 for Non-Members
(Registration is good for everyone within an organization and viewing parties are greatly encouraged! This webinar will be recorded.)

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Webinar presented by:Courtney Parker West NC Webinar
Courtney Parker West (she/her/hers/ella) is a consultant, writer, community organizer, and educator. She serves as National Managing Director, Leadership Development Strategy with Teach for America, co-leads the Multiracial, Multiethnic, and Jewish resource groups on staff, and is a DEI (diversity, equity, & inclusiveness) practitioner. She began her career with TFA teaching middle school language arts in Vance County, and was a founding member of the Eastern North Carolina chapter of The Collective, TFA’s alumni of color association. She then joined the staff on the Eastern NC regional team as a teacher coach during which time she leveraged an anti-oppression, liberatory consciousness framework, and interactive learning experiences for prompting reflection and leadership development in novice educators. Courtney then became Director of Alumni Impact – Racial Equity & Values-based Leadership in the region, launching the Wake County Equity Coalition, relaunching the regional chapter of The Collective and Prism (the organization’s LGBTQ advocacy organization), and organizing the first-ever multiregional gathering for alumni of color in North and South Carolina.

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Contact Email:
info@utahnonprofits.org
Contact Name:
Utah Nonprofits Association
Contact Phone:
801-596-1800
Price Info:
$35 for UNA Members/$50 for Non-Members