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Organizational Equity in Times of Crisis

Thu, February 9 @ 9:30 am12:30 pm

Registration Required

"Organizational Equity in Times of Crisis" February 23

Events of the last few years have reminded us that while times of crisis bring great difficulties, they also offer us opportunities for transformation. In this session, we will explore and discuss strategies that help keep us from falling into old patterns and instead strengthen our commitment to equity and collective care. We will confront the widening of disparities inherent in these moments and ask ourselves what our role has been in upholding the very systems that cause harm. Can we be brave enough to leave what’s “normal and familiar” behind in order to shape a future where everyone’s inherent worth is honored? This session will encourage us to do just that.

This workshop is designed and facilitated by the Truth and Titus Collective.

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Thu, February 9
9:30 am–12:30 pm
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