January Virtual Anti-Racism Training

JANUARY VIRTUAL ANTI-RACISM TRAINING

 The Episcopal Diocese of New Jersey Anti-Racism Ministry invites you to take advantage of these sequestered and less scheduled days to enroll in 20 hours of virtual Anti-Racism Training streamed to your computer, tablet or mobile phone. 

 The training takes a historical approach to help participants understand systemic racism and empower them to confront and organize against racism, inequality, and injustice.

Lecture and discussion topics include “What is Race?”, “Systemic Racism and White Privilege,” “Internalized Racism,” “The Role of the Church,” “Settler Colonialism,” “Racism in Immigration and Naturalization Legislation,” and “The Prison Industrial Complex.”

 The program consists of five, two-hour live interactive discussions on January 29, February 5, February 12, February 19, and February 26 from 7-9PM.  The follow-up debriefing session will be held at 7 pm on Friday, March 26. via Zoom. 

 After each  session, participants will be presented with recorded lectures and print, video and audio lessons via Moodle, an online training platform.

Registration is now open for the January session.  Please register online at https://tinyurl.com/Anti-Racism-January 2021 by January 7.  The fee for the course is $100.  Scholarships are available. One needn't be Episcopalian, nor indeed follow any particular religious creed.

Enrollment is open to everyone.

 For further information, please contact Rev. Theodore Moore at tmoore12@comcast.net or Canon Noreen Duncan at noreen.duncan@att.net.

Contact Information
  1. Rev. Ted Moore
  2. tmoore12@comcast.net
Fri, February 05
7:00 pm — 4:00 pm
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JANUARY VIRTUAL ANTI-RACISM TRAINING

The Episcopal Diocese of New Jersey Anti-Racism Ministry invites you to take advantage of these sequestered and less scheduled days to enroll in 20 hours of virtual Anti-Racism Training streamed to your computer, tablet or mobile phone.

The training takes a historical approach to help participants understand systemic racism and empower them to ...

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