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Racial Justice 101
February 17 @ 11:00 am - 1:00 pmFree
Please join us for a free educational webinar
Wednesday, February 17, 2021 from 11am to 1pm CST
Racial Justice 101 Training
What does racial justice mean? What’s the difference between equity, equality, and inclusion? Why should we care about this as community members? Racial Justice 101 by YWCA of Grand Island will provide the necessary foundations needed to have conversations about race, racial justice, and equity. In this training, participants will explore our local demographics to get an understanding of who we are as a community, develop a shared vocabulary to talk about racial justice, examine disparities and connect them to history, and discuss individual and institutional action steps for change.
- Participants will recognize the importance of racial justice in our society.
- Participants will discover how race has impacted our society.
- Participants will develop individual action steps they can take to pursue racial justice.
Pre-registration to Naomi@cncaa.info is necessary as group size is limited.
This free, online training is sponsored by the Hall County Community Collaborative (H3C) and hosted by
the Central Nebraska Council on Alcoholism and Addictions, a partner agency of the Heartland United Way.
Your Presenter: Danielle Helzer is the Mission Impact Director at YWCA of Grand Island. Prior to entering the non-profit world, Danielle taught secondary and post-secondary English for ten years in rural, urban, and suburban institutions across Nebraska. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Language Arts Education, a Master’s Degree in English, and a Master’s Degree in Social Justice. Danielle is a graduate of Leadership Tomorrow, Class 34 and was a named among the Top 35 Under 35 in 2020. She is passionate about working with others to create spaces where all people can flourish. Danielle lives in Grand Island with her partner, Nate, and their two kids.