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Examining the An-ti in Anti-Blackness: What Is It, Why Is It Important, and How Can We Break the Deep Patterns that Exist in Our Culture and Systems?
In this Actionshop, participants will gain the ability to define and understand what anti-Blackness is and where it began. Participants will examine historical and present anti-Blackness practices within the institution of housing, and many other systems that “talk to each other,” to further continue the patterns of the beliefs, norms, standards & values our culture has created to keep anti-Blackness alive. Participants will look at what steps they can take within their institutions to begin to erase anti-Blackness.

Sidney Morgan, M.A. is a nationally recognized facilitator, mediator, speaker, and consultant. She is CEO & Founder of Red Sea Road Consulting, where she works with organizations around EDI work, and Conflict management, including Restorative Justice work.

Sidney is working with organizations in the public and private sectors, and from all systems (Education, Philanthropy, Education, Health, Government, Non-Profit, and Corporate). As a facilitator and executive coach, Sidney works with organizations to “examine the quality of our consciousness” while supporting an internal look into the organizations to address Diversity, Equity and Inclusion work. Sidney believes this work is not a sprint but a marathon, and this work takes time and needs healing. Sidney Lives in Vancouver, Wa with her husband and three children.

For more sessions happening during the Conference on Ending Homelessness, visit https://wliha.org/conference/program.

Sep 28, 2022 12:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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