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Tue, Apr 11


Virtual Webinar

Are You REDI to Build a Culture of Racial Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion?

Learn three prerequisites to improving racial equity, diversity and inclusion (REDI).

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Are You REDI to Build a Culture of Racial Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion?
Are You REDI to Build a Culture of Racial Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion?

Time & Location

Apr 11, 2023, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM EDT

Virtual Webinar

About the Event

Nonprofit leaders seeking to create and maintain racially diverse environments must clarify their own bearings on the interplay between social identity, social bias, and social justice. They must also  determine how to achieve diversity without divisiveness with true inclusivity.

This program provides a unified and unifying framework for understanding diversity, equity, and inclusion.  We will share a method for creating a shared commitment among staff in order to pursue REDI with humility, candor, and empathy, as well as ways to continually monitor a sense of belonging.

About the Speaker

Through his research, writing, teaching, and training, Carlos Hoyt questions master narratives and the dominant discourse on race with the goal of illuminating and respectfully disrupting the racial worldview and reductive identity constructs in general.

Carlos is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker and a Ph.D. in social work. He provides consultation and training on matters related to social identity, social bias, and social justice to numerous educational institutions, non-profits, a department of the U.S. government, and other organizations that wish to optimize their inclusivity efforts and outcomes. He also provides psychotherapy to children and adults.

Carlos has served in numerous diversity, equity, and inclusion leadership roles at several noted private schools in the Boston area. He has worked as Assistant Professor of Social Work at Wheelock College. He has also held teaching positions at Simmons College, Lesley University, and Boston University, providing instruction in clinical skills and practice, group dynamics, multicultural assessment, and cultural competence.

His book, The Arc of a Bad Idea: Understanding and Transcending Race, is published by Oxford University Press. Carlos appears on several podcasts and informational videos providing insights and guidance on topics such as diversity, equity and inclusion and racialization.

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