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Limited space remaining for our Oct 1 workshop in Boston!

Register now for the “Advancing Racial Equity: the Role of Government” workshop in Boston on October 1

The “Advancing Racial Equity: the Role of Government” workshop will provide an introduction to the role, responsibilities and opportunities for government to advance racial equity.

We’ll focus on national best practices. We know government must transform if we are to achieve racial equity in our communities. Within our cities and counties, we must normalize racial equity as a key value, operationalize racial equity via new policies and institutional practice, and organize, both internally and in partnership with other institutions and the community.

The workshop will include an overview of shared terminology and use of racial equity tools that can be used in decisions relating to policies, practices, programs and budget.

The workshop will be led by:

If you work for government or with government, this is the workshop for you.

Registration fee is $100 (includes light breakfast and lunch), and scholarships are available.

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Upcoming Webinar:
Advancing Racial Equity: Focusing on Structural Drivers of Inequity within Boys and Men of Color Projects

The Government Alliance on Race and Equity and PolicyLink are pleased to offer this webinar that will focus on the institutional and structural drivers of racial inequities and opportunities to advance racial equity through Men and Boys of Color and My Brother’s Keeper initiatives.

Date: Friday, October 2, 2015
Time: 1:00P–2:00PM CDT

Panelists:

  • Marc Philpart from PolicyLink will provide an overview of PolicyLink’s resource on the topic — Boys and Men of Color and Vulnerable Populations: A Community Planning Guide.
  • Saint Paul Mayor Chris Coleman, who has made racial equity a cornerstone in Saint Paul government, will share strategies being implemented to eliminate inequities and improve systems.
  • Kory Murphy with Multnomah County OR, who is on the Steering Committee for Black Male Achievement in Portland, will talk about the alignment with work to address racial disparities in the child welfare system and strategies to move upstream.

Organizer: Center for Social Inclusion
Co-organizer: Government Alliance on Race and Equity

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Opening Welcome

Shaun Blugh, Chief Diversity Officer, Mayor's Office of Diversity, City of Boston

Lunchtime Panelists

Felix Arroyo, Cabinet Chief, Health and Human Services, City of Boston
Atyia Martin, Chief Resiliency Officer, City of Boston
Tom Keiffer, Executive Director, Southern Jamaica Plains Health Center
Leon Andrews, Director, Race, Equity and Leadership (REAL), National League of Cities

Our panelists will discuss the responsibilities and opportunities for government to advance racial equity in the Greater Boston Region.
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