As community foundations navigate the systematic inequalities that exist in their communities, developing an awareness of power and privilege is crucial. This session will focus on increasing the capacity of community foundations to address racism and discrimination in their organizations. Participants will develop a deeper understanding of individual and institutional biases, privileges, and structures that uphold racism and oppression.
In this session, you will learn:
- The role of individual and institutional biases, privileges, and structures in racism and oppression
- How to share power, give up power and develop equity in recruitment and talent engagement activities for staff and volunteer positions
- How to implement anti-racism and anti-oppression strategies in your community foundation
This session will support community foundation work on several SDGs including:
This session is available to all community foundations who are members of the CFC network. This event is made possible thanks to the generosity of The Canadian Race Relations Foundation.