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Justice, Equity, and Inclusion Series

Launched in 2020, the Conferences for Women hosts a quarterly Justice, Equity and Inclusion (JEI) virtual speaker series to bring together people of color and allies, men and women who are committed to creating just and equitable workplaces and communities.

Each session features experts and real-life executives to share tools and knowledge for advancing inclusivity and driving sustainable positive change. Sessions are free of charge, one hour in length, aired live via Zoom and are available post-event for on-demand viewing.

Next Scheduled Event:

 

To be announced!

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Upstander or Bystander? Support APPI Communities and Act Now - replay thumbnail

Upstander or Bystander? Support APPI Communities & Act Now

Join antibias and antiracist educator Liz Kleinrock to learn how to move from bystander to upstander and awareness to action in truly supporting your AAPI colleagues in the workplace and beyond.
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How To Break Through Fatigue & Inaction On JEI - replay availabe! (thumbnail)

How To Break Through Fatigue & Inaction On JEI

Learn how to balance being a change-maker with your own well-being in this FREE virtual event featuring clinical psychologist and Harvard Medical School Professor Dr. Stephanie Pinder-Amaker as well as panel executives from State Street, Biogen, and Takeda.
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Speaking Of Race: The Language To Move Forward Replay | Justice, Equity & Inclusion Series

Speaking Of Race: The Language To Move Forward

Join award-winning journalist, professional speaker, and author Celeste Headlee along with moderator Naeemah Elias as we learn how to develop the language to confidently talk about ALL aspects of equity and difference — race, age, gender, religion, and more!
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Creating a Culture of Compassion with Betty Hart, Damon Deaner, Thalia Mingo, and Jocelyn Williams

Creating a Culture of Compassion

Join theater artist, thought leader, and diversity facilitator Betty Hart along with a panel of executives as we deconstruct the practice of "cancel culture" and offer ways for using compassion and curiosity instead.
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Brave Dialogues: Having Conversations that Matter with Michelle Kim and Trish Foster

Brave Dialogues: Having Difficult Conversations

Join inclusive leadership expert Michelle Kim along with a panel of executives as she explores communication solutions for addressing hate crimes, racism, sexism, mass shootings, homophobia, and transphobia in the workplace.
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The Cost of Racism: Cultivating Transparent Workplaces From the Inside with Heather McGhee and Najuma Atkinson

The Cost of Racism: Cultivating Transparent Workplaces From the Inside

Join author, NBC news analyst, and expert on racial healing Heather McGhee as she helps us to explore the self-destructive bargain of racism and ways we can achieve transformative change within our workplaces.
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Black Fatigue: Racism And Its Impacts On Mental Health with Mary-Frances Winters and Kimberly Atkins

Black Fatigue: Racism and Its Impacts On Mental Health

Join Black Fatigue author Mary-Frances Winters as she sheds light on the impact of Black fatigue — not only on Black people, but on society as a whole and explores the physiological and psychological impacts of racism.
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Anti-Racism: Skills For the Workplace Now with Britt Hawthorne and Ellen McGirt

Anti-Racism: Skills For the Workplace Now

Join nationally recognized anti-bias/anti-racist educator Britt Hawthorne as she shares how to create an authentic culture for justice in the workplace.
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