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Anti-blackness in the Latinx Community: Dismantling Silence to Build Authentic Liberation

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Date/Time:
Thu, November 12, 2020
06:00PM - 07:30PM
Registration Period:
10/15/2020-11/12/2020
Price:
Free
Contact:
Ms. Angelique Flores, '99

The surging Black Lives Matter movement burst any remaining delusions that the long-time reality of white supremacy and anti-blackness does anything but rob us all of our humanity and liberation. Linda González, '80, will lead us in an interactive session that will allow us to:

  • Reflect on historical and current anti-blackness with a focus on Latinx communities
  • Acknowledge and understand our personal and collective responsibility to lead from a racial equity framework
  • Make commitments to build authentic relationships within and outside our communities


Linda González, MSW, MFA, '80, is a bilingual organizational consultant, coach, and author with many years of experience facilitating and training diverse participants in the non-profit, social justice, philanthropic, governmental, and educational arenas. She recently published Breaking Through Your Own Glass Ceiling, a book that offers prosperity practices to address power dynamics faced by BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) and other underrepresented, resilient communities. Born and raised in Los Angeles by parents from México and Colombia, she has called the Bay Area home for 25+ years.

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Anti-blackness in the Latinx Community: Dismantling Silence to Build Authentic Liberation
Thursday, November 12, 2020 @ 6:00 PM

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