As we work towards moving forward, Diversity Awareness Partnership is committed to strengthening our community by facilitating important and difficult discussions on race relations and unconscious bias. Our hope is that our community rebuilds by talking to one another, learning more about communities we have limited exposure to, and bridging our divides through awareness and education.
Diversity Awareness Partnership is offering Free Community Diversity Facilitation Trainings to convene leaders and members of the community, so that we can start our collective healing process. Any individual or group interested in learning how to navigate difficult dialogue on race relations and unconscious bias are encouraged to register for these trainings.
The St. Louis Dispatch covers Diversity Awareness Partnership’s Listen.Talk.Learn Campaign: Click here to read the article.
September 19 | 8:30 a.m – 10:30 a.m (Location: Diversity Awareness Partnership at 815 Olive Street, Suite 23) This session is closed. Please register for the next available date.
September 23 | 6:00 p.m – 8:00 p.m (Location: Missouri Institute of Mental Health – ITE Building at 4633 World Parkway Circle, Berkeley, MO 63134)
Attendees will leave the training with the following information:
To register, please contact Natalie Clay at firstname.lastname@example.org or call her at 314-246-3142.
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