A Unique Course Providing In-depth Understanding of a Complex Issue
This three-part series explores the roots of racism and helps you understand the impacts of racism on an individual, institutional, and societal level while also providing tools for dealing with racism in our personal lives and even in the workplace. Our facilitators will guide you safely through the course, allowing you to build upon your already existing experiences and knowledge and find personal and professional applications for the course.
The Anti-Racism Workshop Series is a signature series of the Centre for Race and Culture and we are proud to offer this important course. "I haven't taken such an incredible, challenging, perspective-altering workshop in years."~Past Participant
2017 Winter Series
Day 1 Feb 24: Roots of racism and how racism affects our personal lives
Day 2 Mar 10: Breaking down racism at the systemic level
Day 3 Mar 24: Anti-racism praxis and moving toward an inclusive society
Who should attend:
Educators, HR professionals, employers, social service providers,
community leaders, and anyone who’d like to learn about racism in depth.
Course Details: Workshops take place in Edmonton from 9AM-4PM on the scheduled day. Lunch is provided.
Location: ATB Arts Barn 10330 — 84 Ave Edmonton AB
Cost: $375 (covers three full-day sessions + lunch each day + course certificate)
Participants must attend all three days. Certificate issued on completion of course.
For more information, please contact:
Kaitlin Lauridsen, Senior Consultant
Participants can register using our online form. Payment can be made online via paypal, or by cheque (choose either option using the tabs at the top of the page).
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