2022-2023 Equity Professional Development Opportunities

Engagement for Liberation & Belonging workshops ​with Leticia Nieto
(3-5pm on Zoom)

  • Monday, November 7​
  • Monday, January 23​

These online workshops focus on deepening understanding of the foundational concepts of anti-oppression and applying them in our classrooms and workspaces.

Becoming an Anti-Racist Practitioner & Educator workshop
Facilitated by Prita Lal, Alice Nelson, and Leticia Nieto
(3-5pm on Zoom)

  • Monday, February 13
  • Spring date TBD

This workshop in winter and spring is designed to address the commitment of Senate Bill 5227 to eliminating structural racism against all races through anti-racist education. Experienced faculty will facilitate an exploration of oppression, intersectionality, and a systemic critique of power and racism, particularly in higher education.

Social Justice Skills Labs for Equity Practitioners
Facilitated by equity consultant Dr. Leticia Nieto

(12-1pm on Zoom)

  • Monday, October 10​
  • Monday, November 14​
  • Monday, December 12​

Throughout the academic year, monthly sessions will provide an interactive, invitational space for faculty and staff to address specific equity challenges, practice anti-oppressive social analysis, strengthen liberatory leadership skills, and increase their repertoires of strategies for change.

Evergreen Equity Symposiumprogramming

  • Wednesday, April 19 & Thursday, April 20​

Every year, the Evergreen Equity Symposium brings us together with speakers, performances, workshops, and social events to inspire, teach, and celebrate. There will be many opportunities this year to participate in a variety of transformative experiences.

Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging Online Module launching fall quarter 
(More information to come)

This core, foundational online course will provide faculty, staff, and students with a shared experience and common language for approaching our equity work. In this way, we can build a culture and language of mutual support for all Greeners. The course will cover:​

  • Foundations of belonging
  • Exploring our identities
  • Addressing our bias
  • Understanding our impact
  • Tools for allyship

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