Anti-Racism Training

Welcome the the Anti-Racism Training. To get started, click the button for the training module you want to access. If you are a first-time participant, you must start at Module 1.   

When you enter each module, please complete the "Sign-In" form. If you need to take a break or exit this training at any time, you may resume where you left off by returning to this page and clicking the Module button that you need to access. Please complete the "Sign-In" form each time you enter and re-enter a module. You do not need to re-watch any content you have already viewed or re-submit any other forms you have already completed.  Please complete all items in this training module.

Training Overview
 
Racism. It is a word that elicits strong emotion, and often even stronger opinions. Taking the step to engage in anti-racism work may seem intimidating, or maybe you already feel confident in your knowledge of racial justice and in your allyship. Regardless of where you sit on that spectrum, this training is one that can have benefit for everyone. 
This training will challenge you, and expose you to knowledge and skills to gain better understanding of racial justice and allyship. You'll learn about historical events, ideologies, and social structures, and how they inform modern day beliefs, bias, and perception. You'll have the opportunity to examine your own identity, and reflect on difficult topics such as bias and privilege, and you'll be able to begin examining how you can integrate this knowledge into meaningful action in your life. 
Participants will:
  • Learn about historical events, ideologies, and social structures, and how they inform modern day beliefs, bias, and perception.
  • Analyze concepts of racial identity, bias, privilege, and prejudice
  • Reflect on their own identity, bias, privilege, and prejudice
  • Identify strategies to engage in difficult conversations
  • Reflect on ways to integrate anti-racism work into their daily lives
You can open and save/download the Anti-Racism Training Supplemental Booklet by clicking the PDF icon below.