IDEALS Institute to Host 'Race in the South' in Honor of National Day of Racial Healing

IDEALS Institute to Host 'Race in the South' in Honor of National Day of Racial Healing
W.K. Kellogg Foundation

The IDEALS Institute invites you to join them on Tuesday, Jan. 18, as the nation observes the sixth annual National Day of Racial Healing. The National Day of Racial Healing provides a time and space for people to acknowledge and see the humanity in others, to facilitate trust and to build authentic relationships that begin to bridge divides. Now, more than ever, we need to actively come together and heal.

As part of the National Day of Racial Healing, the IDEALS Institute will host a free virtual "Race in the South" session from 4-6:30 p.m. "Race in the South" is an interactive facilitated learning opportunity in which participants will explore a snapshot of the history of racial inequities in the Southern U.S. region and share collective learning and personal narratives related to this history.  

Because of limited space, you are encouraged to register as soon as possible. Registration will be on a first-come, first-served basis and will be limited to 50 participants of the campus community. Please note, this is an interactive experience, not a webinar, in which participants are encouraged to have cameras on and expected to engage with others in breakout sessions.

As we move forward in our campus community and our nation on our collective journey to achieve racial equity, we must find time to speak and hear the truth about past wrongs and present consequences created by individual and systemic racism. You are invited to join IDEALS as the nation collectively recognizes and engages in the important work of racial healing.

Registration link.

About the National Day of Racial Healing: Last year, thousands of people participated by viewing the virtual event and through more than 100 local events held across the country —building upon the insights and solutions uncovered over the past five years of gathering in this space we have created together.

About the IDEALS Institute: IDEALS is a training, consultancy and research institute dedicated to creating diverse, equitable and inclusive workplaces and communities. We take a systems-approach to mapping our client's DEI path to ensure top-down commitment, bottom-up buy-in, and across the board learning and support. Backed by a leading public university, we insist on reliable data and leading-edge research to guide our work. To learn more about the IDEALS Institute, visit our website .





Magdalena Arroyo, associate trainer, facilitator and consultant
The IDEALS Institute


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