Opening Session: Racial Justice in Humanitarian Work
Racial Justice Series
Racial Justice in Humanitarian work is a monthly large group learning experience, interspersed with small group reflection sessions applying the learnings to our day to day work. We will study systemic racism in the U.S., histories and lived experiences of people new to the U.S., how each of us fits into those stories individually, and how we can improve our culture of service to refugees and immigrants. Sessions will feature a mix of history, reflection, culture panels,and art & music appreciation.
We seek to Improve refugee & Immigrants' experiences of our services by better understanding complex U.S. and global Histories and adapting our services.
WHEN AND WHERE
Friday, December 11th
1:00pm to 5:00pm MST
Zoom link sent out by email, contact Community Engagement Coordinator for link: Georgette.Siqueiros [at] rescue.org
Thank you for filling out this survey by Weds, Dec 9. It will allow us to set up future small group discussions.
- Intro to the Racial Justice Series
- Share Your Walk-On Music
- Small Groups
- Self-Love While Serving Refugees and Immigrants
- Trauma and Healing in Brave Spaces
- Values for All Racial Justice Sessions
- Finale: Afrosonics Performance
Opening Session Presenters
Self-Love While Serving Refugees & Immigrants
Trauma in brave spaces