Looking to create sustainable change about racism? Walk in Their Shoes offers the space needed to unpack the generational impact of racial disparities.

Through small, highly interactive sessions, you’ll develop a personal understanding about anti-racism, and be better equipped to have meaningful conversations about diversity, equity, and inclusion. Choose the path that works best for you.

The Foundation Class

Grow your support network by joining a group of like-minded people for 10 hours of highly-focused online conversations, and expand your understanding about race and culture in America.

OCTOBER 6th – NOVEMBER 17th

Thursdays, 4:00 – 5:30 pm

  • Oct 6: Moving from Structural Racism to Actionable + Sustainable Practices
  • Oct 13: Setting the stage: Best Practice for DEI Policy
  • Oct 20 – Nov 17: A book discussion series: “How to Be an Antiracist” by Dr. Ibram Kendi

The Advanced Class

This fall, we’re excited to announce the extension of our Walk in Their Shoes program with The Advanced Class. This is a scaled-up opportunity for those that have already completed basic DEI training, including our Walk in Their Shoes foundation class or any other gateway program to address increasing equity and justice.

OCTOBER 6th – NOVEMBER 10th

Thursdays, 1:00 – 2:00 pm

  • Oct 6: Develop a communications strategy to inform diverse populations
  • Oct 13: Work to build effective informal partnerships with organizations and leaders
  • Oct 20: Develop partnership agreements with organizations representing communities
  • Oct 27: Share resources with partners from communities and populations facing disparities
  • Nov 3: Work to engage communities and populations facing disparities in decision
  • Nov 10: Develop strategies to remove barriers and create opportunities to participate

Start Your Journey

Each Walk in Their Shoes cohort enables individuals to create the path to anti-racism that works best for them. Ready to get started? Sign up below.

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