23. July 2020 - 8:00 till 9:30
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Critical Questions for Anti-Racist Organizations | Thursday, 23. July 2020

This 90-minute facilitated dialogue will introduce questions that non-profit organizations should ask themselves to assess where they are at and where they want to be in terms of embodying anti-racism in their policies and practices. This interactive session is intended as a first step in a change process for organizations that want to be intentional about working to transform their culture; nonprofit staff and board members are encouraged to register.

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Facilitator Bio: Renee Wells serves as the Director of Education for Equity and Inclusion at Middlebury College. She facilitates workshops for faculty and staff on using inclusive design to reduce institutional barriers and their impact, navigating power and privilege dynamics in living and learning environments, creating spaces for critical conversations, and facilitating difficult dialogues. She facilitates workshops for students on inclusive leadership, power and privilege dynamics in service work, and the logistics of campus activism. She coordinates a social justice peer education program for students and provides weekly training on facilitation and curriculum development. She also works with administrators to advocate for inclusive policies and practices, provides consulting related to classroom and workplace inclusion, and facilitates small- and large-group dialogues in response to campus climate concerns as part of her work with the Community Bias Response Team and the Restorative Justice Steering Committee.