Racial Justice Training
Racial Justice 101 Training
This interactive 3-hour workshop is designed to give participants a basic understanding of:
- Oppression as a system of power used to create hierarchy.
- Race as a social construct created to justify oppression.
- Racism as a system of oppression which produces vast disparities.
- White Privilege as the advantages experienced by those who are white.
- Racial Justice as the proactive approach to eliminating racism.
Racial Justice 102 Training
This interactive 3-hour workshop is designed to equip participants to be able to:
- Identify and breakdown common racial stereotypes.
- Understand cultural differences in communication styles.
- Understand the appropriate language to use, avoid and why.
- Gain practical strategies for responding to “OUCH!” moments.
- Understand the policies and process for reporting discrimination and harassment.
Straight Talk on Race in the Workplace Training
This interactive 2-hour workshop is designed to equip participants to be able to:
- Gain a basic understanding of prejudice, oppression and racism.
- Understand the impact of racialized language in a work environment.
- Understand the appropriate racial language to use, avoid and why.
- Gain strategies for responding to racist “OUCH!” moments.
If you are interested in any of these training opportunities, or would like to discuss a specific racial justice training need for your organization, please contact Amanda Arbour, Racial Justice Program Coordinator, at AArbour@ywcahbg.org or (717) 235-7931 x3057.