Racial Justice Summit

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Name: Racial Justice Summit
Date: October 3, 2017 - October 4, 2017
Event Description:
The Summit this year will be focusing on Living our Racial Justice Values: Building Collective Liberation - especially through challenging and changing times. As we navigate in our communities and workplaces while we experience the shootings of African Americans by police, increased xenophobia against Muslims and immigrants, and the daily changing political landscape, how do we keep our eyes on the prize and stay in community with each other as we pursue racial justice and equity. Keynotes and break-out sessions will offer participants the opportunity to connect to this theme, and to think about strategies that they can use individually, at work, and in their communities to stay focused on a vision of the future in which everyone belongs.
Monona Terrace 1 John Nolen Drive Madison, WI 53703
Date/Time Information:
October 3, 2017 8:30 AM - 6:30 PM | October 4, 2017 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Contact Information:
Jay Young (608) 257-1436
One Day: Oct. 3 ($125.00 early bird, $200.00 regular) One Day: Oct. 4 ($100.00 early bird, $175.00 regular) Two Days: Oct. 3 & 4 ($225.00 early bird, $300.00 regular) Optional Post-Summit Institute: Oct. 4 ($25.00 additional fee)
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