Race. Dialogue. Action Workshop Series Thursday, March 24 1:00-2:30 pm ESTRegister Here
“What Growing Up Mixed Teaches You About Race in America”
Jeff Rogers, CEO of RogersLeads LLC, leads us in a dialogue about race and identity in the United States, what it’s like growing up half and half during an intergenerational culture war over civil rights, and the human mechanisms that can both divide and unite us.
Race-Based Affinity Group Reflective Sessions for Employees
To further learning and self-examination, Harvard Chan employees who attend the Race.Dialogue.Action program are encouraged to participate in race-based affinity group reflective sessions via Zoom. Separate sessions will be held for BIPOC employees and for White employees.
- Tuesday, March 29, 4:00-5:30 pm EST: for employees who identify as BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) – register here
- Thursday, March 31, 4:00-5:30 pm EST: for employees who identify as White – register here
Race-based affinity groups, or race caucuses, provide an opportunity for people to explore, unpack, and engage in conversation on the various interpersonal dynamics, beliefs, and thoughts that shape our racialized experiences as members of a community. Because of who we are, our racial identities and lived experiences will inform the conversations and work that we do in affinity groups. These can be spaces for processing, healing, or deep interrogation of our own beliefs.
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