The mission of the Santa Cruz County Community Coalition to Overcome Racism (SCCCCOR) is to identify and work toward ending systemic racism throughout the county.
The purpose of the Santa Cruz County Community Coalition to Overcome Racism (SCCCCOR) is to provide education and organizing activities in order to:
- Equip member organizations and individuals to more effectively carry out their work from an anti-racist perspective, and
- Join together collectively to address systemic racism within institutions of law enforcement, education, immigration, and social services in Santa Cruz County.
SCCCCOR ANNOUNCES NEW TRAINING AND WORKSHOP
Undoing Institutionalized Racism
Saturday, July 6th, 9am to 5pm
Resource Center for Non-Violence
612 Ocean Street in Santa Cruz.
“Racial Justice Demands Changes to Structure”
This workshop, specifically designed for Santa Cruz County, grew out of our work here. The workshop will address the various forms of institutionalized racism and offer empowering strategies to overcome disparities in juvenile justice, education and immigration. Training and discussion topics will include:
· Understanding forms of racism
· Creating the language of “race”
· Next steps to new knowledge
· Strategies for practical racial healing
The fee for the training workshop is $50.00 (includes lunch) on a sliding scale and scholarships are available. Please join us for a day of community empowerment.
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