Webinar: Thursday, March 23, 2017 at 1:00pm
Race Equity Approaches to Domestic & Sexual Violence: A Research & Community Lawyering Perspective
Instituting a Race Conscious Practice in Legal Aid: One Program’s Effort
Race and Economic Jeopardy for All: A Framing Paper for Defeating Dog Whistle Politics
Cultural Competency & Implicit Bias: From Awareness & Diversity to Inclusion & Humility
Cultural Humility Versus Cultural Competence: A Critical Distiniction in Defining Physician Training Outcomes in Multicultural Education
Domestic and sexual violence survivors and those who serve them are well aware of the role race and ethnicity play in accessing economic security and safety. Data suggests that racial/ethnic disparities have deep roots in local communities and are endemic. This webinar will identify and explore the applicability of tools/strategies that have been developed by race equity advocates in the context of DV/SA. The format will be an interactive discussion of issues and remedies.
Webinar participants will:
Understand the 7 identified race equity tools and their origin in the mind sciences
Learn how the tools have been used to transform advocacy in other arenas.
Understand how the tools might be applied to the survivor community
Understand how to use complex systems analysis to reconceptualize race and power as they unfold in the community and how to fashion race-conscious remedies.
Engage with each other about challenges and benefits of adopting this race equity approach.