SOLD OUT/AT CAPACITY: Madison NOW's Intersectionality and White Privilege Training

Start: Saturday, December 9, 201710:00 AM

End: Saturday, December 9, 2017 2:00 PM

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Thank you Groundwork for conducting this training!

Thank you AFSCME Wisconsin Council 32 for hosting the training!

Participants will gain tools for identifying systemic racism and privilege, and for taking meaningful action to challenge racism and enhance their allyship to people of color.

As a result of this training, participants will:

**Gain a deepened understanding of institutionalized racism/privilege, and how racism/privilege continues to divide our families and community, as well as defeat movements for social change

**Recognize the intersections of oppressions in the context of our work to address racism

**Understand how different parts of one’s identity intersect and influence how they experience discrimination

**Increase their knowledge of power and privilege

**Learn how to use their privilege to increase equities for those with less privilege

**Develop a foundation for taking meaningful action, as individuals and organizations, in identifying and confronting systemic racism

Thank you to:

Our Sponsors:
AFSCME Wisconsin Council 32 - Venue Donor!
Women's Medical Fund Wisconsin
Paula Gottlieb
Russell Reed

Our Super Supporters:
Sarah Carroll
Adam Hills-Meyer
Heather Huber
Kim Nestler
Melissa Ratcliff
John Smallwood