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Equity & Anti-Oppression: An Introductory Community Training

By October 9, 2019 No Comments

Date of event: November 7th (9am-5pm) and November 8th (9am-5pm)
Location: Moab Regional Hospital’s Education Rooms 1, 2, and 3
Full Description:

Moab Pride invites anyone who currently works for a non-profit or organizes on a community level to register for their upcoming training – An Introduction to Equity & Anti-Oppression Topics – on November 7th and 8th at Moab Regional Hospital’s Education Rooms 1, 2 and 3. This 16-hour, two-day training will be facilitated by Dara Burwell and Nicole Hurt of Transformative Alliances based in Denver, Colorado.

Registration is $50 per attendee and includes lunch and light snacks for both days provided by Moonflower Community Co-op. We encourage organizations to sponsor at least one individual to attend the training. Individuals may register by visiting bit.ly/equityinmoab. Sliding scale registration is available. We will not turn anyone away due to lack of funds. Please email moabpridefest@gmail.com with any questions, and be sure to RSVP on Facebook!

Read more about the training below:
Everywhere we turn, we see the impact of injustice and inequality in the world. Whether this comes in the form of racism, sexism, classism, heterosexism, or any number of other oppressions, it impacts our work, daily lives, families, and communities.

While different forms of oppression manifest differently, their basic frameworks are the same. Each one is composed of ideological, institutional, interpersonal, and internalized components (known as the 4 I’s of Oppression), and each has a long and violent history.

This highly interactive, 2-day workshop will provide participants with a framework for understanding how oppression works, and introduce them to the concepts and vocabulary related to power and privilege in the United States. By learning more about the anatomy of oppression and how it is constructed, we will be able to better recognize it, know more about what is required to stop/undo it, and be more equipped to build a better vision for our communities and ourselves.”

Name: Stephanie Hamborsky
Phone: 2817936688
Email: steph.hamborsky@utexas.edu
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