The BIPOC* Arts Equity Forum is the first of an ongoing series the North Carolina Arts Council will host as a part of its efforts to understand how disparities of race, class, and access stand in the way of its vision of arts for all people. North Carolina organizations of color are invited to attend.
The forum will be moderated by Janeen Bryant, an intersectional educator, facilitator, trainer, and agitator. An advocate and catalyst for building community capacity since 2005, Bryant is the founder of Facilitate Movement, LLC, a consulting firm that helps clients and individuals authentically connect to their staff and larger community. She currently serves as Director of Operations for CREED-NC, the Center for Racial Equity in Education in North Carolina.
Because of limited capacity, attendance at this event is first come, first served only.
For questions about this program, please email our deputy director, Tamara Holmes Brothers, at Tamara.Brothers@ncdcr.gov. For accessibility accommodations, please get in touch with our accessibility coordinator, Kathleen Collier, at Kathleen.Collier@ncdcr.gov.
*BIPOC is an acronym for Black, Indigenous, and People of Color