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Racial Equity Series | Part 1: Decolonize Design: Belonging, Dignity, Justice and Joy Learning Session
Racial Equity Series | Part 1: Decolonize Design: Belonging, Dignity, Justice and Joy Learning Session

Racial Equity Series | Part 1: Decolonize Design: Belonging, Dignity, Justice and Joy Learning Session

It is undeniable that people of color are overrepresented in our statewide homelessness system. With intention and awareness, homelessness services can reverse these trends and create equitable access to services and reduce racial disproportionality over time.

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Time & Location

May 05, 2022, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM PDT

CDSS Grantees & Partners

About our session:

Decolonize Design: Belonging, Dignity, Justice and Joy Learning Session | An interactive learning session on bringing racial equity to the forefront of our work to address homelessness led by Decolonize Design—a global consultancy leading a movement to create a more just and joyful world.

Join the Change Well Project for an interactive learning session on bringing racial equity to the forefront of our work to address homelessness. It is undeniable that People of Color are overrepresented in our statewide homelessness system and addressing racial disparities is a part of the overall strategy to reduce homelessness. This workshop is part one of our racial equity series and will be led by our partners at Decolonize Design, a global consultancy leading a movement to create a more just and joyful world.

Through this 2-hour session we will:  EXPOSE: the shortcomings of the status quo and its toxic impact on marginalized people.  EXPLORE: the impetus and design of prevalent approaches to D&I through a critical and empathetic lens. EVOLVE: our collective understanding through belonging, dignity, justice and joy.

Sessions: Two sessions will be offered to accommodate everyone (maximum capacity 75 people) and still maintain an intimate group. 

Please choose only one date to register for this training and be reminded, we will automatically remove any duplicate registrations. 

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