|Celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day with YWCA!|
Join us on January 19th as we confront institutional racism.
Celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day with YWCA!
Monday, January 19th
10:00 AM - Noon
Continental breakfast served at 9:00 AM
YWCA Delaware Confronts Institutional Racism
"The Issue of Race Deeply Shapes America"
YWCA Delaware recognizes MLK, Jr. Day each year by presenting an Action Forum to raise awareness and inspire action to affect social change around issues of racial disparity and race relations. Join us for this year's Action Forum to address institutional racism based on the fact that race continues to be a significant factor in every dimension of life such as employment, education, economics, housing, health care, crime, political candidates and public policy.
The focus of the forum is to engage the community, willing executives and public policymakers to become proactive in finding common ground to close the racial divide in Delaware communities.
The Episcopal Church of Saints Andrew and Matthew
719 N. Shipley Street
(Directions & Parking)
Panel Discussion: Confronting Institutional Racism
This forum will create opportunities for the community, business, government and political leaders together to have open and honest dialogue regarding racial justice issues that broadly impact the success of people of color and the entire Delaware community. The panelist will be talking about the need to develop workable solutions in the workplace and our communities, placing emphasis on the fact that diversity has real purpose and in our collective strength lies unity. We must move beyond racial dialogue and develop more integrative workplaces by creating risk-free environments that allow people to freely contribute their best ideas by genuinely being included. Influential people must move out of their comfort zone and serve as examples for others to do the same by establishing circles of inclusion.
FREE, but seating is limited.
Register online now to guarantee your seat or by calling 302.224.4060 ext. 218.
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