UNITED AGAINST HATE WEEK
FREE ZOOM WEBINARS
The ART of Inclusive Communication Tuesday, Nov. 14, 10-11:30am
What are the biological and societal forces that can lead us to see people who have different identities (religion, race, ethnicity, political affiliation, sexual orientation, gender identity, etc.) as others to be feared, or even hated? And how do we, as individuals and as a society bridge those divides?”
NCRC invites you to explore othering, allyship, and how to actively work toward making our communication, lives, and organizations more inclusive. Let’s take the next steps on our path forward and build a stronger community by embracing diversity and fostering belonging.
The Bystander Challenge Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2-3:30pm
We’ve all been in situations where we have heard comments or witnessed behaviors that could escalate to the point of individuals feeling harassed. These micro-aggressions can perpetuate feelings of isolation in individuals and an “us” vs. “them” mentality in the broader community – hardening the lines that divide us.
As upstanders to micro-aggressions, we can create more inclusive environments that embrace diversity and foster a sense of belonging. The National Conflict Resolution Center invites you to join us as we review skills to address micro-aggressions that demonstrate respect, inclusiveness, and dignity for everyone involved.
What is United Against Hate Week?
As a movement, our mission is to empower people like you to take action and help change the pattern of intolerance both locally and nationally.
Together, we want to stop the hate and implicit biases, which can be a threat to the “safety and civility of our neighborhoods,
towns, and cities.”
DEPARTMENT OF HOMELESS SOLUTIONS & EQUITABLE COMMUNITIES/
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Ready To Get Started?
For more information about, please contact Ashley Virtue!