Upcoming Events

We will be hosting a range of anti-racist webinars and learning opportunities over the next few months. Please review the events below. We hope that you will join us. Sign up here for updates.

advance anti-racism by challenging Our white saviorism

Learn how to recognize and dismantle white saviorism at the internal, interpersonal, institutional and structural levels.

White saviorism are practices and attitudes that reproduce, rather dismantle racist power relationships. In this FREE webinar, we learn how to identify and challenge white savior attitudes, behaviors and practices.

The session will be presented by Mr. Njabulo Mkize and Dr. Warren Chalklen who have global experience in deepening anti-racist practices.

December 7, 2021 or December 13, 2021

7pm-8:30pm CST

Free

What Does It Mean To Be An Anti-Racist Teacher/Principal?

Join this education-centered space to learn how to teach and lead through an anti-racist lens.

This four part webinar series focuses on anti-racism teaching and learning strategies in schools, classrooms and the education sector. 

The sessions will be presented by Mr. Njabulo Mkize and Dr. Warren Chalklen who have global experience in deepening anti-racist teaching practices and learning strategies.

This series is applicable for K-12, higher, and adult education teachers, leaders, and curriculum specialists. Each virtual session will have a presentation and an opportunity for questions and answers.

All tickets include a free workbook: Anti-Racist Teaching Practices and Learning Strategies

Price: $130

February 8, 2022 – Introduction to Anti-Racist Teaching and Learning

February 22, 2022 – How to Have Conversations About Race with Students, Colleagues and Parents

March 8, 2022 – Equity Approaches to Knowledge and Lesson Preparation

March 22, 2022 – Classroom Management Teaching Strategies and Assessment.

7pm-8:30pm CST

What Does it Mean to be MORE than an Anti-Racist Ally?

This four part webinar series focuses on how to shift from allyship into co-conspiratorship. You will learn:

1. Why allyship can be a problematic identity to embody

2. How to shift from allyship identities, into active change-agency

3. How to build anti-oppressive organizational culture

The sessions will be presented by Mr. Njabulo Mkize and Dr. Warren Chalklen who have global experience in deepening anti-racist practices.

An anti-racism workbook, What Does It Mean To Be Anti-Racist? will be distributed via email to all attendees as a resource for each session.

Price: $130

June 14, 2022 – Explore Your Anti-Racist Identity

June 28, 2022 – How to Productively Disrupt Oppressive Conversations

July 12, 2022 – Build Anti-Racist Organizational Capacity

July 26, 2022 – Crossing the Threshold – Define Your Anti-Racist Work

7pm-8:30pm CST