Upcoming online Journey to Justice event
September 2nd 2020 at 8pm
For anyone who wants to discuss what we can do about systemic racism. For details:
Following the success of our July event where people shared their responses to the murder of George Floyd, there were requests for a chance to focus on what we can do about systemic racism – in the workplace or any institution, understanding where power lies and how to effect change.
At our September 2nd event we want to offer examples of how embedded racism has been challenged and some change achieved, with an opportunity for you to share experiences.
To get us started we will hear from guest speakers doing anti-racist work in education and the arts.
Donald McLean Vice Principal, Longley Sixth Form College, Sheffield
Sahar Beyad National Museums Liverpool, PR and Communications
Dr Sharon Curtis Manager, Ellesmere Children’s Centre, Sheffield
We know change is possible – we tell many stories of those who have made it happen. Their courage and perseverance are at the heart of our work. We need to work together to be creative, inclusive, clever and kind.
Please register your interest by August 31st
A Zoom link will be sent to you.
To read about our last meeting see:
See our list of anti-racist resources recommended by JtoJ supporters:
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