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Conversations from the Edge (3): Building an Anti-Racist Association
Implicit Bias. White Fragility. White Privilege. White Supremacy Culture. What exactly do we mean when we use these terms? After defining these concepts, Carmen Marshall will engage past, present, and future ADTA Presidents in a candid conversation about ways the leadership has seen these concepts play out in systems, operations, and education requirements within the ADTA. How is deepening awareness informing how the ADTA moves forward? What questions are being asked? What steps are being taken? What role do members play in making significant and long-lasting change?


Carmen C. Marshall
Director of Consulting, Maryland Nonprofits

Margaret Migliorati
President, American Dance Therapy Association

Paul Sevett
President-Elect, American Dance Therapy Association

Robyn Cruz
Past President, American Dance Therapy Association
If you have not yet watched the first two webinars in the series, we highly encourage you to do so, to fully contextualize the material that will be discussed in this webinar. You may read the historical context of this series and access links to watch the first two webinars here: https://adta.org/webinars/

CEs available to all ADTA Members as a member benefit:
1.5 ADTA CE; 1.5 NBCC CE; 1.5 NY LCAT CE

The American Dance Therapy Association has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 5739. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. The American Dance Therapy Association is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.

The American Dance Therapy Association is recognized by the New York State Education Department’s State Board for Mental Health Practitioners as an approved provider of continuing education for Licensed Creative Arts Therapists #CAT-0035.

Jul 6, 2020 08:30 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Carmen C. Marshall
Director of Consulting @Maryland Nonprofits
Carmen C. Marshall's expertise in the nonprofit sector incorporates a wealth of on-the-ground experience as an executive director and a consultant helping organizations with building capacity, strategic planning, board governance, fundraising, equity and inclusion, team building, leadership development and change management. Carmen knows first-hand how transformative it can be when people get serious about confronting racism, sexism and the other isms and schisms that divide us in the workplace and community. Informed by her work in civil rights, Carmen is dedicated to working with world changers – organizations and leaders – who are serious about making progress in the area of diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI). Her passion is integrating coaching, facilitation and training to call upon the giftedness and greatness in others who work in the nonprofit sector.