What happens when an organization incorporates compassion throughout its policies, procedures, and culture? What is the impact on all stakeholders in an organization when human needs for care, consideration, and connection and are considered alongside business and impact outcomes? Research, and practice, show that the needs of people and the needs of organizations are not mutually […]
Every institution has a component that impacts racial justice work. But can you identify what components in your respective institution dismantles racism or enables racism. 2020 is an election year. There have been several policies in the current administration that has enabled racism and have had negative impacts for people of color. To be a true advocate of racial justice one must recognize where they are making change and where they are enabling. This presentation will allow you to get comfortable with privilege and use privilege in ways that promotes change and provides justice, especially in an election year.
The purpose of the fire side chat/ structured discussion is to define the ism that affect racial justice and people of color to have foundational definitions for the discussion. The terms to define include race, privilege, racism, sexism, homophobia/ transphobia. The goal is for each participant to identify what their privilege is and how they have/will leverage it for racial justice. Included in the conversation is the premises that everyone has privilege regardless of your race or sex and that privilege is good thing. The discussion will evoke ways to dismantle isms rather than enable them. The discussion will also focus on the privilege of voting as an individual versus for the greater good.
Speaker/Facilitator: Kahlida Nicole Lloyd
Kahlida Nicole Lloyd is an attorney, thought leader and a women of purpose. Kahlida is the founder and leader of Mission Reconcile, a faith based racial reconciliation nonprofit created to bring together predominantly single race/culture churches to talk about race, racism and create organic relationships. Kahlida is passionate about engaging people around voting and way they can advance equity and civic engagement in their lives to impact their community.
Full Bio at https://www.kahlidanicole.com/about