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Mitigating Gender and Racial Bias: Intersectionality and Allyship Training
February 24 @ 8:00 am - February 25 @ 12:30 pm$285
TIME: Day 1: 8:00am – 12:30pm PST
Day 2: 8:00am – 12:00pm PST
This new and timely training explores the impacts of gender and racial bias on youth, families, organizations, and communities. It considers dominant narratives and disparities for youth at the intersections of discriminated identities such as gender, race, age, ethnicity, culture, sexual orientation, and gender identity and explores implicit bias and assumptions around gender and race that impede positive outcomes in services for those with intersectional identities.
THIS EXPERIENTIAL TRAINING PROMOTES RELATIONAL, STRENGTHS-BASED, CULTURALLY RESPONSIVE AND EXPANSIVE PRACTICES AND SKILLS TO DEVELOP ALLYSHIP AND TO MITIGATE GENDER AND RACIAL BIAS WITHIN AN ORGANIZATION’S YOUTH DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORK including One Circle Foundation’s (OCF) program models – Girls Circle and The Council for Boys and Young Men.
A Workshop for Adults Across All Sectors including Education, Community Based Programs, Juvenile Justice, Mental and Behavioral Health, Child Welfare, Violence Prevention, Substance Abuse, and Gang Prevention Programs, Faith-Based Settings, and more
Training Outline: Theoretical Framework; Definitions and Terms; Disparities for Youth of Color and LGBTQ+ Youth; Implicit Bias and Dominant Narratives; Intersectionality, Race and Gender; Inclusive, Culturally Responsive and Expansive Best Practices for Programming and Services with Intersectional Youth, Strategies to Reduce Bias and Promote Allyship; Actionable Goals for Reducing Gender and Racial Bias
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