Monday November 7, 2022,
Monday November 14, 2022, &
Monday November 21, 2022
Hosted by Minnesota Council of Nonprofits
During this highly interactive multi-part training, participants will collectively look at how to break the cycle of white supremacy and take practical and sustained action towards equity. Participants will dig deep into how white supremacy shows up in people, organizations, systems, and self. In between sessions, participants will put into practice what they are learning and connect action to personal experience, including their work environment and relationships.
In this series registrants will:
- Identify what white supremacy culture is and how it shows up personally and professionally
- Reframe harmful narrative around equity
- Learn about habit change and why it is important in this work
- Understand your power and influence in a system
- Cultivate practical action
- Build community with other nonprofit leaders
- Get energized to reduce burnout and fatigue on your equity journey
Nonprofit Association of Washington is pleased to offer this webinar series to members at a discounted price.
$115 for Nonprofit Association of Washington Members (check the member resources page for the coupon code)
$165 for Not-yet-members. Interested in becoming a member? Find more information here.
About the Speaker
Donte Curtis is the CEO of Catch Your Dream Consulting where he keynotes, consults, and trains individuals, teams, and organizations nationwide on leadership development and racial equity, and supports them to create practical change. Donte currently serves on the board of directors at Social Enterprise Alliance Twin Cities and Youthprise, where he is a co-chair of the program investment committee. With over 12 years of facilitation and speaking experience, Donte is adept at fostering the collective wisdom in the room and engaging audiences in multiple ways. Probably one of the most energetic people you will ever meet, Donte lives a life that is dedicated to leadership, social justice and liberation.
Questions? Please contact the organizer for questions about this event.