Webinar: Race and Racism in the Nonprofit Sector
Potential Members: $100
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Despite the best intentions of nonprofit professionals committed to antiracism, nonprofit organizations continue to perpetuate--and even accelerate--institutional and structural racism. This leaves many wondering if their agency does more harm than good.
This webinar will provide a reframing of American nonprofits in the context of our history that will illuminate the structural underpinnings of racism throughout the nonprofit sector. It will also provide a mapping of power, influence, and accountability that will spotlight the key inequities within nonprofits. It will feature a 40-minute presentation and facilitated breakout sessions to explore these topics in depth. We will divide into breakout groups based on our roles in our organizations, in order to explore the power dynamics at play within our own organizations.
IMPORTANT NOTE: This is a live webinar and will NOT be recorded.
Due to popularity of this workshop, KNN's discounted member slots in this national workshop are limited. There will be a waiting list when KNN's slots fill up. If you are unable to register at the discounted member rate, email email@example.com to be added to the waiting list. This workshop will also be offered again in the summer.
Who Should Attend
Any nonprofit professional, board member, volunteer, or donor committed to understanding and addressing racial inequities.
A basic understanding of racism in the American context.
Our goal is for participants to leave this webinar able to better identify how structural racism shows up in their organization and how systems of power hold that structural racism in place. Participants should leave with questions or ideas about necessary sectoral and organizational reform and the role(s) they might want to play in that reform.
Offered by our, Washington Nonprofits. Our partners at Washington Nonprofits are committed to making their online courses as accessible as possible to all learners. Please contact them with any concerns or requests.