Winter 2019 Trainings, Panels and Resources

Intersectional Feminism Panel
Moderated by Aparna Rae co-founder of Future for Us

Jan 20th 11-12:30pm at the Riveter Capitol Hill
Free! Join us for one of many events for the
Day of Action for Seattle Womxn Marching Forward Jan 19-21

Advancing womxn of color requires engagement from white women and men working with an intersectional lens, in support of their WOC comrades/colleagues and friends. This diverse, cross-sector panel will move beyond dialogue, to explore actionable strategies for inclusion at work and in community to advance womxn of color.

Power with Not Power Over:
Accountability in Action for White Women

Two upcoming Trainings:
Jan 28th 9-3:30pm Or Feb 13th 9-3:30pm

White women we are being called forward right now, we have a huge influence on the local and national landscape. In the United States, white women comprise over 80% of employees in nonprofits of all kinds, as well as in education and nursing. As the dominant group in these and other service-oriented professions, we have a responsibility to be accountable for our racial privilege and its impacts.

Leadership Skills for Workplace Diversity

Jan 30th 8:30-4:30pm
2100 Building Seattle
Register here

As Supervisors and Leaders committed to equity in the workplace, how can we implement and execute what we’ve learned and create the change we want to see and create more effective, accountable, and equitable organizations as we do it?

This training is intended to introduce to some and reinforce to others the fundamentals of implicit bias, power and privilege, and giving and receiving feedback. 

Are you needing to develop any of the below areas, if so Join us.

  1. A clear link between valuing equity and implementing it into leadership

  2. An understanding of personal bias and blindspots

  3. Skills and strategies for management grounded in power and privilege analysis

  4. Opportunities to infuse equity within the 6 areas of the employee lifecycle i.e. job descriptions, recruiting & retention and more!

  5. Ideas that can be implemented into your organization resulting in an immediate impact

Register here

White Women's Work:
standing at the intersection of sexism and white privilege

White women we are being called forward right now, we have a huge influence on the local and national landscape. In the United States, white women comprise over 80% of employees in nonprofits of all kinds, as well as in education and nursing. As the dominant group in these and other service-oriented professions, we have a responsibility to be accountable for our racial privilege and its impacts.
Each date below is a stand alone individual training with similar content that will evolve and change.

Power with Not Power Over: Accountability in Action for White Women

Resources:

Organizations, Governmental Agencies and Companies committed to DE&I:

Reports, Documents, Toolkits and Videos: