This virtual professional development program is designed to deepen awareness around racial equity, implicit bias and diversity and spark reflection around how you and your team/organization/business/school/church/etc. can take meaningful action to create a more equitable world. This training includes in-depth organizational analysis, solution-based discussions and resources for change.
This dynamic program will be offered synchronously via Zoom—you’ll need access to a stable internet connection. Participation is encouraged (though not required). This is NOT a pre-recorded program.
David Patrick (Co-Founder of Racial Equity & Justice)
As an advocate for communities of color, David supports families, individuals, and students through his work as a co-founder of Racial Equity & Justice and Associate Director of The Peace & Justice Center of Eastern Maine.
Desiree Vargas (Co-Founder of Racial Equity & Justice)
As an Indigenous woman of color and an anthropology scholar, Desiree navigates advocating for Black, Brown, and Indigenous people uniquely with a focus on redistribution of resources and cultural preservation.
$95 with need-based scholarships available.
0.4 CEUs/4 contact hours
Certificate of completion
For more information or to request an accommodation contact Michelle Patten, Conference and Professional Development Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org; 207.338.8002.