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February 2021

More Than Fragility: A Deep Dive into Understanding & Dismantling Whiteness

February 2 @ 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Virtual

Do you identify as a white leader in a nonprofit or philanthropic organization? Are you managing or engaging in DEI/race equity initiatives, or interested in learning more about how this work connects to your identity and role as an ally for racial justice in your organization/community? If so, we hope you will join us for a workshop with Heather Hackman, of Hackman Consulting Group, who spoke at the 2018 EiC Summit. “More than Fragility: A Deep Dive into Understanding and Dismantling Whiteness” is a learning experience designed for white leaders to explore how their identity connects to their capacity to lead and engage in racial justice work. While the history of White people’s use of fragility as a tool for deflection, denial and erasure of whiteness is important to understand, there are other deeply fixed dynamics in play regarding white engagement with racial issues that must be understood if we are to achieve racial justice. Knowing that Whiteness resides in the mind, body…

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Building Pro-Black Institutions and Movements

February 9 @ 3:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Virtual

This webinar for multi-racial participants aims to disrupt the ways anti-Blackness shows up in organizations and communities. The facilitated workshop will involve interactive exercises and an experiential dialogue using historical and contemporary information, self-reflection, institutional analysis, visioning, and collective action planning. A key learning objective of this training is for participants to be more equipped with resources for identifying and undoing anti-Black racism and building pro-Black spaces within teams, organizations and communities. As a result of participation in this session, folks will develop: Enhanced understanding of how anti-Black racism operates as a fulcrum of white supremacy Deeper analysis of how anti-Black racism distinctly influences institutional culture and inter- and intra-personal dynamics within organizational, community and movement spaces Practices and commitments for undoing white supremacy and anti-Blackness, and advancing pro-Black organizing spaces as a necessary foundation for racial equity Strategies to be accountable to Black people and communities in the work to build anti-racist organizations and communities. DATE/TIME Tuesday, February 9,…

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Intersectional Allyship for Racial Justice: A Workshop for People of Color

February 16 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Virtual

What does it mean for Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) to be effective allies to one another in our work for racial equity and collective liberation? Whitney Parnell, executive director and co-founder of Service Never Sleeps (SNS), will lead an intensive, fast-paced workshop designed to explore how folks of color use individual and collective areas of privilege to advance racial justice in an intersectional context. Using SNS’ CLAIM framework (Care, Learn, Act, Influence, Maintain), this workshop will explore what it means to adopt an allyship lifestyle as a person of color. Please note that this workshop is only for individuals who idenitify as people of color (Indigenous, Black, Latinx, Asian/Pacific Islander, Native Hawaiian, Arab/Middle Eastern, biracial, multiracial and others identifying as non-white). If you seek to promote racial equity within your organization, this workshop will equip you with tools to be an active ally for racial justice through methods of centering people of color, navigating intersectionality across identities,…

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Indiana Campus Compact’s Coming Together for the Common Good Summit

February 24 @ 8:00 am - February 26 @ 5:00 pm
Virtual

Proposal deadline is December 7. Registration opens in December! We are seeking sessions that take our theme, Coming Together for the Common Good, and weave it into the broad subject of community engagement in higher education with topics that address current situations, a look to the future, or even a constructive look back. Presenters are invited to describe how they define and achieve the common good in their work, we are a not limiting proposals to a specific conception of the common good. For questions, please contact Liza Blomquist, Director of Communication and Outreach, Indiana Campus Compact at 317-274-6505 or liza@incampuscompact.org

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March 2021

2021 Gulf-South Summit on Service-Learning and Civic Engagement through Higher Education

March 15 @ 8:00 am - March 18 @ 5:00 pm
Virtual

The mission of the Gulf-South Summit on Service-Learning and Civic Engagement through Higher Education is to promote networking among practitioners, research, ethical practices, reciprocal campus-community partnerships, sustainable programs, and a culture of engagement and public awareness through service-learning and other forms of civic engagement.

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Building Pro-Black Institutions and Movements

March 16 @ 3:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Virtual

This webinar for multi-racial participants aims to disrupt the ways anti-Blackness shows up in organizations and communities. The facilitated workshop will involve interactive exercises and an experiential dialogue using historical and contemporary information, self-reflection, institutional analysis, visioning, and collective action planning. A key learning objective of this training is for participants to be more equipped with resources for identifying and undoing anti-Black racism and building pro-Black spaces within teams, organizations and communities. As a result of participation in this session, folks will develop: Enhanced understanding of how anti-Black racism operates as a fulcrum of white supremacy Deeper analysis of how anti-Black racism distinctly influences institutional culture and inter- and intra-personal dynamics within organizational, community and movement spaces Practices and commitments for undoing white supremacy and anti-Blackness, and advancing pro-Black organizing spaces as a necessary foundation for racial equity Strategies to be accountable to Black people and communities in the work to build anti-racist organizations and communities. DATE/TIME Tuesday, March 16,…

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Intersectional Allyship for Racial Justice: A Workshop for White Allies

March 23 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Virtual

What does it mean for white people to be effective allies to people of color in our work for racial equity and collective liberation? Whitney Parnell, executive director and co-founder of Service Never Sleeps (SNS), will lead an intensive, fast-paced webinar series designed to explore how white folks use individual and collective areas of privilege to advance racial justice in an intersectional context. Using SNS’ CLAIM framework (Care, Learn, Act, Influence, Maintain), this workshop will explore what it means to adopt an allyship lifestyle as a white person. Please note that this two-day workshop is only for individuals who identify as white. If you seek to promote racial equity within your organization, this workshop will equip you with tools to be an active ally for racial justice through methods of naming white privilege, centering people of color, navigating intersectionality across identities, influencing others, and continuing your own self-work journey. You’ll leave this workshop committed to the Allyship lifestyle, and prepared…

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April 2021

NYLC’s 32nd Annual National Service-Learning Conference

April 14 @ 8:00 am - April 15 @ 5:00 pm
Virtual

The Call for Proposals is NOW OPEN for the 32nd Annual National Service-Learning Conference!   Workshops are the heart of the National Service-Learning Conference, providing professional development opportunities for youth and adults alike. With the 2021 theme, “Engage. Evolve. Energize!” we will be evolving to a new model of offering both online recorded sessions available for 30 days before and after the Conference dates for registered participants* as well as a limited number of live online sessions during the virtual Conference on April 14-15, 2021. *Following this time period, recordings will be added to NYLC’s archive and available to NYLC Members.   Conference workshops are intended for skill-building and topics applicable to the selected audiences, not solely for describing a service-learning project or program. (For the latter, consider a Service-Learning Showcase application instead.)   Workshop proposals are being accepted for recorded presentations that are either 30 minutes or 45 minutes in length. You may additionally indicate your willingness to do…

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May 2021

Awake to Woke to Work: Building a Race Equity Culture

May 3 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Virtual

Equity in the Center (EiC) is hosting open enrollment working sessions on its "Awake to Woke to Work: Building a Race Equity Culture" research. The first module will be a training on the Race Equity Cycle framework for organizational transformation, and include break out groups for discussion and Q&A. The second module will be a deeper dive on operationalizing equity, and include break out discussions designed to support the definition of specific priorities and action steps to build a Race Equity Culture. For individuals, the cost for both modules is $150. If you are an organization that wishes to register your team of 15 or more individuals, please register here. These sessions will be facilitated by EiC Managing Director and Lead Researcher Ericka Hines. Session Results: Understanding of research, best practices and Race Equity Cycle framework (Module 1) Understanding of Race Equity Cycle levers for organizational transformation, including management and operational scenarios from EiC’s research and participants’ organizations (Modules 1 and 2) Identification…

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