MDWA Belonging Community Conversation - Anti-Racist

  • 11/19/2020
  • 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
  • ***Zoom link details provided in registration confirmation email ***
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Belonging Community Conversations

Part 3 of 3 part series:

How to be an Anti-Racist

Imagine Fox Cities’ (IFC) Community Conversations are coming to MDWA’s WILD workshops! We will be hosting a series of three conversations provided by IFC to explore and share our experiences and thoughts on race, racism and anti-racism with each other in safe, supportive small group discussions. Increased fluency in these topics related to racial justice is an important leadership skill for us as leaders in our community, our businesses, and our organizations. What better way to learn than with MDWA and WILD? 

To maximize your learning, we recommend watching a few videos for some individual exploration prior to joining these discussions. For our Part 3 Anti-Racism conversations, please consider watching:

  1. TIm Wise speaking on Anti-Racism from the Imagine Fox Cities' convening "Anti-Racism, Belonging, and Community" starting at the 1:40:00 minute mark; find link on IFC homepage:  https://www.imaginefoxcities.com/ 
  2. CBS News interview with Robin Diangelo and Ibram X. Kendi on white privilege and anti-racism:  www.cbsnews.com/video/authors-robin-diangelo-and-ibram-x-kendi-on-how-to-become-aware-of-privilege/#x


Attendance of all three sessions is strongly recommended as each session will build on the discussions and themes from the previous session:

Race, Racism, Anti-Racism

Oct. 22, Nov. 5, Nov. 19

Our small group discussions will culminate in an inspirational December program where we will continue to learn about Imagine Fox Cities, Belonging, and insights from our own Belonging Conversations. Make plans now to attend all 3 conversations plus our program on December 16.

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