Transforming Power, Prejudice and Privilege: Building equitable, diverse and inclusive communities and organizations

Credence and Co.

This workshop is being delivered online Recognizing that our social structures and personal biases can get in the way of commitment to respecting our colleagues and community members,  this interactive workshop will engage themes of prejudice, power and privilege in a manner that honours all voices in the room while also challenging the biases and …
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White Too Long: Confronting the Theology and Practice of White Supremacy

Stevenson School of Ministry in the Diocese of Central Pennsylvania

This course is a probing and critical inquiry into the theology and practice of White Supremacy within American Christianity. We will explore the roots of that theology and practice in Christian history and reckon squarely with the legacy of the perspective of what Martin King, Jr. called the “White Moderate,” which is so prominent within …
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Spirituality, Christian Identity and Leadership: The Worldview of Desmond Tutu

Trinity Church Wall Street

The Very Rev. Dr. Michael Battle, Professor of Church and Society and Director of the Desmond Tutu Center at The General Theological Seminary, joins the Trinity Community for a three-week series based on his new book, Desmond Tutu: A Spiritual Autobiography of South Africa’s Confessor. Register for this series, and ask for a free copy …
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Finding Our Way, following the north star to Racial Justice

Stevenson School of Ministry in the Diocese of Central Pennsylvania

This Advent series unites the journey towards justice of 2000 years ago with our pilgrimage towards racial justice today. The Rev. Carla Wilson and The Rev. Kevin Barron will shepherd us through four evenings of prayer, study, and dialogue focused on the principles of “Restorative Justice” frequently used as a path toward healing and reconciliation …
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Climate Change Basics for Community Resilience

Coady International Institute (The)

Climate change is the most pressing global issue of our time. How humans have historically lived, played, and dreamed is changing. The impact of climate change is felt in every issue facing humanity: health, finance, security, migration, water supply, sanitation, food security, agriculture, and gender to name several. Given the integration of climate into every …
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Advancing Women’s Conflict Transformation and Peacebuilding for Community Development

Coady International Institute (The)

This course is open to all self-identifying women It is designed to advance understandings of conflict, security, and peace for women’s leadership in a changing world. In this course, we explicitly emphasize women’s experiences, roles, knowledge, opportunities, and barriers in security, conflict transformation, and peace building –particularly in community and organizational spaces. Using a gender …
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Certificate in Faith-Based Community Development

Wycliffe College

Develop new skills to help your faith group, church, or religious NGO navigate, design, and implement transformative change. Community leaders of faith-based organizations directly face the opportunities and challenges of their neighbourhoods, towns, and cities in Canada and internationally. Learn to employ place-based tools and practices to strengthen your organizational effectiveness, community resilience, and partnerships. …
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