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This training lays the foundation for a common understanding of the breadth and depth of racism and its impact on all aspects of society. Experiencing the History of Racism in the US Timeline in community level-sets awareness and inspires commitment to racial equity. Topics include:

  • Community Agreements for respectful engagement
  • History of Racism in the US Timeline
  • Unpacking our personal histories of race and racism
  • Data on the material impact of racism today
  • Language for talking about race, ethnicity and racism
  • Stereotypes, prejudice & implicit bias
  • Intersectionality and the complexity of racial experiences
  • Cultural humility vs. white supremacy culture
  • Looking through the lens of diversity, equity & inclusion
  • Racial health equity
  • Examining data through an equity lens
  • White privilege: what it is and how to use it for good
  • Strategies for checking and leveraging privilege
  • Antiracism vs. non-racism

Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of this training, participants will be able to:

  • List a minimum of 4 examples of racism in the history of the US
  • List a minimum of 4 examples of current manifestations of racism in the US
  • Differentiate between prejudice, implicit bias, stereotypes, and discrimination
  • List a minimum of 4 respectful, appropriate terms to describe different racial and ethnic groups 
  • Identify at least 3 examples of everyday ways that racism is embedded in society
  • Identify at least 3 root causes of racial inequities in health data 
  • Identify at least 3 ways that White privilege can be used to amplify racial equity 
  • Demonstrate increase confidence and skills for discussing race and racism 

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