Central Northeast Neighbors
DEI Training Series: Topics and Descriptions
Facilitated by Alexis Millet and Sara Curiel PaezThese trainings are via Zoom from 6:00pm to 8:00pm. They are free and open as space permits, and you will need to register to attend. Please contact Ronda Johnson at email@example.com or at (503)823-2780 to register, for this free training. She will send you the Zoom links.
- Microaggressions The workshop will help to develop awareness around microaggressions, build skills to recognize microaggressions in yourself and others, and learn ways to interrupt them. We will build awareness of how cultural narratives create dynamics resulting in microaggressions and how this affects our interactions and their consequences. We will learn practical ways for continued growth in our DEI Journeys. October 24, 2022
Meeting URL: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83833858063?pwd=VTl6SStJb1grNFh5czJrQXZabVlWdz09&from=addon Meeting ID: 838 3385 8063 Passcode: 470303 Dial: US: +1 971 247 1195 or +1 669 900 9128 or +1 253 215 8782 or +1 346 248 7799 or +1 646 558 8656 or +1 301 715 8592 or +1 312 626 6799
- Identity-Based Privilege and Disadvantage We will explore the historical contexts of systemic oppression, learn about social identity groups and systems of inclusion and exclusion. To advance in our DEI journey it is important to understand your own privilege and intersectionality, and how to leverage your privilege to interrupt power dynamics in your networks. You will learn ways to support disadvantaged groups and how to practice DEI values in your daily life. December 5, 2022
- Anti-Racist Behavior and Allyship What is the difference between being anti-racist and being nonracist? We will explore how forms and expressions of racism work in tandem with each other to maintain a system of dominance, othering, and advantage/disadvantage based in race and other identities. We will learn anti-racist behaviors and strategies from a social justice standpoint, and what it means to be a compassionate ally. January 23, 2023