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As we begin the new year with a renewed sense of hope, it is imperative
that we immediately continue to center racial justice work collectively.
In 2020 we learned that whether our trainings were in-person or were
held virtually, there is overwhelming energy to transform systems and
institutions. That's why Race Forward is proud to announce our upcoming
for our 2021 Building Racial Equity (BRE) and Organizing Racial Equity:
Shifting Power (ORE) trainings.
The Building Racial Equity series
, developed by Race Forward, are interactive trainings for those who
wish to challenge and change institutional racial inequities. This
training will introduce participants to concepts, frames, and tools
essential to a productive racial equity practice. Participants will
build on and strengthen racial equity practices for themselves, their
organization, and their networks.
Space for each virtual training is limited in order to ensure a high
level of engagement, coaching and support from our team of expert
Register now for one of our January/February BRE trainings or view more
January 19th registration
January 26th registration
February 2nd registration
February 4th registration
February 9th registration
Organizing Racial Equity: Shifting Power
is the second training of the series. Participants will build on and
strengthen racial equity practices for themselves and their
organizations and networks. This training will strengthen participants'
collective analysis of power while providing useful tools and framework
to shift power within groups, institutions and other formations seeking
to advance racial justice in this time.
Register for one of our upcoming ORE trainings or view more upcoming
January 28th registration
February 23rd registration
Early Bird rates are available until a month before the event.
For scholarship applications and other questions, email the Building
Racial Equity team at [email protected] .
We look forward to having you join us as we continue to equip our
communities and ourselves with the tools, resources, and further
analysis needed to deepen our work and our movement building for racial