Presentations from Facing Race 2020
Racial justice strives for full liberation. How to get there from here is the question. This workshop will begin with a framework for evaluating and creating policy demands that advance racial justice. Participants will work together to assess how to build short-term
goals that build leadership and impact the lives of our members while marching down the path toward liberation.
A critical role that community organizations play is to develop grassroots leaders and their capacity for racial justice analysis. This requires taking the time and space to examine the roots of racism in our society and to understand how it operates today. This
session will feature a political education module aimed at deepening an understanding of the formation and nature of systemic racism using the history of 17th Century Virginia. We will then discuss how this curriculum was used by community organizations in
This workshop will examine racial justice approaches to organizing and will engage participants through presentations and small group work. We will present the main framework of organizing and racial justice and examine the history of fo racial justice organizing.
We will discuss what makes organizing a unique and important approach to social change rooted in a theory of change based on an analysis of power.
Presentations from Facing Race 2014
Opportunities under Obamacare to Tackle Racial Disparities in Health: bringing the fight for access and care to your home state.
All things are not equal when it comes to health in the United States, where people of color live sicker and die younger than their white counterparts. Fortunately, the passage of national health reform has created numerous opportunities for addressing these disparities and improving the chances for everyone to live healthy lives.Speakers: LeeAnn Hall, Jill Reese