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Everyday Justice

Antiracism as Daily Practice

A two-day training to deepen your analysis and clarify antiracist values in your daily life.

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2024 Dates | Location

August 2 + 5

10 a.m.–2 p.m. PT / 1 p.m.–5 p.m. ET

via Zoom

About the Program

Every day we must work to align our antiracist values with our thoughts and actions. The only cure for racism is doing the work of everyday justice. It is no longer a question of if we should engage in this work. The question is how. 

 

This conversation will provide frameworks and a baseline analysis for antiracism strategies and action. As a member of an ever-changing community, what is your role? What is your responsibility for social change? Where do you have agency?

 

Note: The content of Everyday Justice is focused on analysis building. It is a precursor to Strategies for Change, which focuses on action, implementation, and operationalizing antiracism values. Many of the lessons in this training are covered in our Beyond Diversity and National Facilitator organizational trainings. Everyday Justice is best suited for those who have not participated in those trainings or who would like to revisit foundational antiracist and social justice concepts. 

LOGISTICS

The workshop will be conducted virtually with a combination of personal reflection, small group work, racial affinity spaces, and large group conversations. Participants will receive a resource packet that will be useful in navigating antiracism work both during and following the training.  

 

ATTENDANCE 

We ask that participants be fully present for all 8 hours (4 hours each day) of this training. This workshop is designed to build thematically, layering one concept after another. Missing more than a few minutes of the session will make it challenging for the individual and their co-learners. 

ACCESS

Computer-generated captions are available for all programming. ASL Interpretation and/or Live Captioning is available if requested two weeks prior to the training. For other access support, please let us know at the time of registration.

TECH SUPPORT

For day-of technical support, please email meet@artEquity.org.

REGISTRATION

Registration is $250.00 US. The cost of registration goes toward facilitation fees, access services, and technical + administrative support.

GROUP REGISTRATION

Please contact us at meet@artEquity.org to make arrangements for groups of 5+. While we do not provide group rates, it is important that each participant registers individually so that we know how to best support their training experience.

 

Note: We strongly believe that these training sessions should not be mandated. We are available to support you in creating the appropriate invitation for your group.

EXCHANGES

Registration exchanges may be made once within the calendar year. The exchanged registration can be used for the original registrant or changed to a new individual. Requests for exchanges should be made at least two business days before the start of the event.

 

Note: For a group registration exchange, the paying organization retains the registration privileges of the ticket. Any exchange requests should come from an organization representative.

 

REFUNDS

Refunds for the original purchase date will be made in full when requested two weeks prior to the training. Refunds take up to 10 business days to process. We cannot issue refunds for registrations that have previously been exchanged to a new date.


If you need to exchange or cancel your registration, please email us at meet@artEquity.org.

  • Aug 02, 2024, 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM PDT
    Zoom meetings
    You are registering for a two-day workshop. Please contact us at meet@artEquity.org to make arrangements for groups of 5+. While we do not provide group rates, it is important that each participant registers individually so that we know how to best support their training experience.
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artEquity provides the tools, resources, and training to support the intersection of art and activism. Our work is made possible in part by The Ford Foundation, the Getty Foundation, Barbara and Amos Hostetter, the Howard Gilman Foundation, the JKW Foundation, the Mellon Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts, the Shubert Foundation, and a growing community of individuals and organizations across the globe.

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