Dismantling Systemic Racism in the Nonprofit Sector, One Day Intensive
The “Dismantling Systemic Racism in Nonprofit Sector” intensive is a one-day commitment to deeper learning and engagement with nonprofit peers about inequity in the sector.
We will explore:
•The history of how the nonprofit sector came to be, and how philanthropy was designed for the benefit of corporate interests
Working with boards, staff, volunteers to rebuild an equitable organization; stopping the “jump-to-solutions” mindset often pervasive on boards when addressing anti-racism and equity issues
•How to talk to people in philanthropy about systemic racism
•Ways to support staff, board, and volunteers in their own anti-racism and anti-oppression journeys
And provide space for personal learning, transformation, networking, support. Prospera Partners’ core team of skilled facilitators is trained in gender and racial equity issues, embodied social justice practices and cultural humility, and has developed frameworks and curricula together around the intersection of race, gender, privilege, power, identity, and healing justice, using the Art of Hosting, World Cafe, and other methods of facilitation. We prioritize inviting additional expert voices into the work when appropriate, and are acutely aware that no facilitation team can hold all of the identities representative of all races and genders. Thus, we strive to have as many dimensions of diversity represented with our facilitation team and partners in this work, and bring in those with other lived and work experience to complement our core team.
Learn more and reserve your spot: https://prosperapartners.org/event/dsrins-intensive-fall-2023/