Transform your commitment to racial equity into anti-racist leadership in this new 2-part series.
- March 9, 2022 - Live online - $395; gov't./non-profit $285
Transform your commitment to racial equity into anti-racist leadership in this new two-part class. In part 1, learn the key features of an anti-racist organization, assess the readiness of your organization to move toward anti-racism and plan next steps. Open to anyone with an intermediate understanding of racial equity who is ready to impact their organization's programs, practices, policies and decisions.
- Oct. 14, 2021–Nov. 11, 2021 - Live online - $625; Gov't./Non-Profit $495
- April 13, 2022–May 11, 2022 - Live online - $625; gov't./non-profit $495
Transform your commitment to racial equity into anti-racist leadership in this new two-part class. In part 2, learn how racial equity decision tools are used to hardwire equity strategies in budget allocations, programs and policy decisions. Apply an equity-focused analysis to a current project and leave with feedback on how to leverage the project for social justice and racial equity.
(MS, UW-Madison) is the executive director of nINA Collective, an enterprise dedicated to supporting organizations, institutions, and individuals as they advance their change process and racial equity initiatives. A native of Brazil, ananda has a long history of working with communities in the U.S. and abroad, and is the grant director to address racial disproportionality in special education for the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction.
(JD, University of Iowa) is co-leader of the Disproportionality Technical Assistance Network, and has spent two decades working in nonprofits and government eliminating institutional barriers to success for underserved students. She has conducted federal and state civil rights investigations for the State of Wisconsin; managed equity-focused systems-change initiatives in Colorado, Idaho, Iowa and Wisconsin; and serves on the management team for the Wisconsin Department of Instruction.