African American Mutual Assistance Network, Inc.
317 South 4th Street, Suite 289 - La Crosse, Wisconsin 54601 - 608-519-2367
IRS Federal Tax Exempt No. 870722089
Wisconsin Tax Exempt No. 008-1027881492-02
Minnesota Tax Exempt No. 6402977
Monday, August 2, 2021
Racial Justice Workshop
Racial justice can be a difficult thing to understand and an even more difficult thing to talk about. But, if the current events in the United States have taught us anything, it's that this issue is of the utmost importance. You will be Challenged! We're going to break down the term "racial justice" so that we can really get to the core of what it means and fully understand it. The Workshop begins on Monday, August 2, 2021. You may start the Workshop anytime after Monday, August 2, 2021 and take as much time as you want to complete. You may stop at anytime, save your work, and return at your convenience to continue.
AAMAN’s Racial Justice Workshop is designed to expand your capacity in order for you to better understand racism in its historic, institutional, structural, and political forms. AAMAN’s Racial Justice Workshop presents a historical, cultural, political, and structural analysis of racism. Challenges include analysis of structural racism; understanding and addressing implicit bias; race, breakthroughs, and terrorizations. The Workshop gives definitions of race and racism and the inheritance of racial injustice within the United States' judicial system.
You will leave AAMAN’s Racial Justice Workshop better equipped to begin to advocate for racial justice and help participants explore personal experiences, develop shared language, understand how racism operates, recognize examples of white privilege, and plan ways to act against racism. The Workshop's cost is $30.00. You will receive a Certificate of Achievement after completion of the Workshop, sent to the address you provided on the invoice. You will be given as much time to complete the Workshop as needed.
· Racial Justice Values & Vision
· Key Concepts: Different Dimensions of Racism / Structural Racism
· Implicit Bias and Systems Analysis
· Opportunities to Advance Racial Justice
Racial Justice Workshop
Register Now $30.00
· build a clear understanding of key concepts such as racial equity and structural racism
· learn to talk about race constructively within their organizations and with their constituents
· gain tools and practices for counteracting racial bias in their work and practices
· identify opportunities and next steps for applying concepts and strategies to advance racial equity
The Workshop is all online and starts on Monday, August 2, 2021. You will be required to create a password in-order to re-login. The Workshop introduce 50 Challenges and includes about a 30-minute video presentation. Your invoice will include the link for the Workshop that you will need to copy and place in your Browser.
Being online helps keep the cost down and allows the participant to take as much time as they need to complete, understand, review, and gain critical thinking and knowledge. Participants may contact Mr. Adams before, during, or after the Workshop at email@example.com.
At the end of the completion of the Workshop and clicking the "Confirm Finished" button, you will be presented with a complete analysis of your Workshop results including: scoring, you must score 80% to receive your Certificate of Achievement; you may go back and make corrections, also number of right and wrong answers, printing capability, and an in-depth, comprehensive feedback on critical Challenges.
Friday, July 30, 2021, 10:00am
By Dawn Jewell
Today on “Newsmakers,” we discuss a new crisis response program collaboration between the La Crosse Police Dept and La Crosse County. Our guests include representatives from both organizations, including the police chief and crisis response professionals from the county human services dept. We then hear about an upcoming racial justice workshop from the African American Mutual Assistance Network based in La Crosse. LISTEN NOW!
Racial Justice Workshop will help La Crosse area residents discuss impact of racism. READ-ALL-ABOUT-IT
Posted: July 19, 2021 7:13 PM
Updated: July 19, 2021 7:59 PM
by Greg White