Ground Yourself with the Basics
A CCP Equity and Justice Program
Ground your racial equity learning with historical context, language, and key concepts including equity, justice, racism, anti-racism, power, and more. Great for anyone looking for an introductory overview, or to brush up before taking part in other racial equity and justice programs.
This will be an interactive program. We ask participants to connect using a device with video connection if at all possible. CCP will strive to accommodate all participants. If you have any special needs/requests around technology accessibility please contact Annie Adams.
Presented in partnership with RE-Center.
Members: $50 | Nonmember Funders: $75
CCP is comitted to making this program available to all interested funders. If this registration fee presents a barrier to your participation, please let us know.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
- You must log in to register (the register button is in the box above).
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Registration must be paid in full prior to the event. Cancellations must be received by September 10 in order to receive a refund. After September 10, no refunds will be given, but substitutions will be accepted.
If you have any questions, please contact Annie Adams, Program Consultant, or call 860-525-5585.
RE·Center: Race & Equity in Education is a Hartford-based nonprofit organization committed to building an equitable and just world where everyone has what they need to grow and thrive. RE·Center works in partnership with communities and institutions to facilitate nurturing spaces where people can understand and challenge systemic racism and oppression. RE·Center’s programs are designed to practice critical questioning, cultivate connection and inspire action.
Thank you to the following for their support of our diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives: The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven; Fairfield County’s Community Foundation; William Caspar Graustein Memorial Fund; William C. Graustein; the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving; Newman’s Own Foundation; Perrin Family Foundation; and United Philanthropy Forum.