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Leadership for Racial Justice

Develop leadership skills needed to advance racial equity and justice.

Our collective strength as advocates for racial and economic justice is driven by the leaders within our community who steer us toward our mission. Effective leaders understand how to build consensus, motivate and engage others, analyze situations from various perspectives, and connect with diverse audiences.

Leadership for Racial Justice addresses leadership at four levels—self, people, organizations, and systems—that correspond directly to the internal, interpersonal, institutional, and systemic levels where racism is primarily enacted.

Four Levels of Leadership

Learn how to:

  • Craft and share your personal leadership narrative and vision for racial justice.
  • Assess and improve anti-racism engagement at the personal, interpersonal, institutional, and structural levels.
  • Build community to foster collaborative leadership, plan action, and catalyze change.
  • Leverage tools and tactics in a variety of settings to advance change.

This course is delivered online through approximately 25 hours of live programming over six months. Ideally, participants attend as part of at least two-to-three-person racial equity teams that are diverse by race, gender, and position. Peer support and coaching will be provided to individual teams.

Build lasting leadership skills to advance racial justice commitments. Register for Leadership for Racial Justice today.

 

Attorneys and Specialists

Ellen Hemley
Ellen Hemley
Ellen Hemley
Vice President of Advocate Resources and Training
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617.905.8302

Ailiana Denis
Ailiana Denis
Ailiana Denis
Consultant

Axia Amplified Consulting

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