Bernard "the Famous" Moore is the Education Director of the Service Employees International Union's (SEIU) Racial Justice Center. With more than 30 plus years in the Labor Movement, Bernard has been instrumental in socializing the learnings of the Race Class Narrative and Analysis. Famous enjoys DJing and practicing photography in his spare time.
Presentations from Facing Race 2022
Racial transformation work can be hard. It’s the very reason why many social justice organizations work to advance racial equity externally, while upholding pillars of white supremacy and white-dominant culture in their offices internally. What does it take to successfully dismantle the structural racism that lives within and operationalize racial equity in your day-to-day work? Join this interactive workshop to learn how fourteen Service Employees International Union (SEIU) locals are working to become anti-racist organizations. Whether you’re the executive director or an entry level assistant, you’ll learn how to: assess your organization using the Anti-Racist Organization Continuum, apply the strategies and lessons learned from SEIU’s learning lab cohort, and advocate for change using the resources provided. Participants will receive SEIU’s new report encapsulating the challenges encountered by the learning lab cohort and guidance on how they can best begin the transformation process. Participants will also walk away with the analysis of why becoming an anti-racist organization is critical to advancing justice in the world.Speakers: Bernard Moore, Angelo Gamarra, Ligaya Domingo