CORE offers workshop to both community members and to a variety of organizations, institutions, and government agencies. Previous clients have included Duke University’s Center for Child and Family Health, Chatham County Schools, Willow Oak Montessori, Equity for Moms and Babies Realized Across Chatham (EMBRACe), New Hanover Resiliency Committee, Area L AHEC, NC Department for Health and Human Services, Triangle DAy School, UNC Family Medicine, Chatham County Department of Social Services, and many more. For more infomation on opportunities for your business or organization, please contact us at email@example.com.
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Racial Equity Fundamentals for Community
Spring and Fall
This entry level workshop initiates the conversation on equity, diversity, and inclusion in, among, and between our communities, our institutions, and in our lives. Conducted over thef following four (4) modules:
- Equity Fundamentals: Power of Perspectives and Language
- An Examination of the Historial Impact of Generational Racial Trauma
- What is Power?
- Equity in Community Organizing
Objectives for this workshop beyond self-identified goals are as follows:
- Build a shared language around racial equity
- Build a shared definition of structural racism based upon the current implications of historical events, policies, and protocols
- Build a shared analysis of institutional impact of structural racism
- Examine power dynamics and identify power relationships
- Examine data to show how BIPOC are affected by racism
Building Stronger Communities
Coming Winter 2022!
This community organizing and leadership training series is designed for all people interested in community empowerment. It introduces skills, methods, and strategies for building cohesiveness and cooperation in any organization whether neighborhood association, social club, church group, or a collection of individuals brought together by a desire to effect change in their community. Full and partial scholarships are available.