Challenging Systemic Racism: Ways to Get Involved

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Anti-Racism 101 for Allies

The New York Annual Conference Commission on Religion and Race (GCORR) encourages all with a desire to take their understanding of systemic racism and what it means to be a make anti-racism an essential part of their faith walk to register for "Anti-Racism 101 for Allies."

The focus of this specialized webinar is to equip allies with educational tools in an effort to develop skills to combat racism.

This specialized webinar from the General Commission on Religion and Race, takes place on three consecutive Thursdays from 10am-noon and consists of three learning opportunities:

July 23, 2020
Defining Anti-Racism

July 30, 2020
Strategies for Interrupting and Dismantling Racism

August 6, 2020
Building Our Capacity to Do Anti-Racism Work

The program will be led by Rev. E. Michelle Ledder, Director of Equity and Anti-Racism, GCORR. As a Director of Program Ministries, Rev. Ledder crafts and facilitates initiatives focusing on the Institutional Equity priority of GCORR’s Ministry Model. She works to help all levels of the connection create the beloved community with systems, policies, and processes that level the playing field for everyone.

                                                           Go here to register for the webinar