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Advancing Racial Equity Workshop – December 4th in Chicago!

Advancing Racial Equity Workshop on December 4th


Are you working for racial equity in or around Chicago? Do you work for government? Do you work with government? Does an inclusive, effective, equitable democracy sound good to you?

If you said yes to two or more of these questions, then you should come to the "Advancing Racial Equity: The Role of Government” workshop in Chicago on Friday, December 4th at 9:30 am – 2:30 pm CST.

This workshop will provide an introduction to the role, challenges, responsibilities and opportunities for government to advance racial equity in the Greater Chicago Region.

Lunch time panel will feature local leaders who are working to advance racial equity, including Cook County Commissioner Chuy Garcia, Public Defender Amy Campanella and Pastor Ron Taylor from United Congress.

Registration fee is $75 for larger organizations and $25 for community based organizations (includes light breakfast and lunch). Scholarships are available.

This workshop is sponsored by Communities United, GARE, and Center for Social Inclusion.

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Join Our Learning Cohort For Government to Advance Racial Equity in Minnesota

In 2014, The Government Alliance on Race and Equity (GARE) launched a national cohort of jurisdiction at the forefront of racial equity work, including four jurisdictions in the Twin Cities area – Minneapolis, Saint Paul, the Minneapolis Park Board and the Metropolitan Council.

In January 2016, GARE in partnership with The League of Minnesota Cities, will launch a new cohort of governmental jurisdictions that are systemically focusing on advancing racial equity.

Participating jurisdictions will be cities, towns and counties from across Minnesota that make a one-year commitment. In addition, an elected official track will support the engagement and leadership of elected officials in advancing racial equity.

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