- This event has passed.
How to Be an Anti-Racist Organization on Whidbey Island – Level 1 Workshop: How to Be an Anti-Racist Organization Day 1
June 25 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
The journey towards racial equity and being an anti-racist community requires that each of us, individually and collectively, do our parts. Nonprofits on Whidbey Island are at varying levels of readiness for anti-racism work. Some have attended trainings, while others have yet to begin. Whidbey Community Foundation has partnered with Kenesha Lewin and Diana Sandoval to offer workshops to Whidbey nonprofits that meet varying levels of need for organizations that are interested and committed to this work.
Level 1 Workshop: How to Be an Anti-Racist Organization
Day 1: Friday, June 25, 1-5 pm
Day 2: Friday, July 2nd, 1-5 pm
This 2-day virtual workshop covers basic, awareness level training for participants and nonprofits that have not yet attended a training and/or desire a refresher to energize their work and organization. As a group, we will be covering the following themes while unpacking and creating space for self-work:
- Finding Your Why
- Creating a New Way of Grace & Accountability
- Racism: The Current Context
- Racism: Historical Context
- Systemic Racism
- Policy & Procedures
- Diversity vs Anti-Racism
- Definition: Anti-Racist Organization
- Steps to Create Change Journal Reflections Call to Action
- Feedback Culture
- Idea Circle
- Backlash & Urgency Shifting the narrative
Space is limited. Please complete the following form to request space to participate. We recommend 2 participants from each organization; ideally 1 board member and 1 staff member. WCF will confirm your spot(s) in the workshop by June 18.