In this workshop on August 15, anti-racist educators and activists, Briona Jenkins and Pamela Benson-Owens, will host an action-oriented conversation about implementing anti-racism practices in our personal and professional lives. The
In this workshop on August 15, anti-racist educators and activists, Briona Jenkins and Pamela Benson-Owens, will host an action-oriented conversation about implementing anti-racism practices in our personal and professional lives.
The talk will be hosted digitally via Zoom from 10 AM to noon CT on Saturday, August 15. Attendees can expect a:
• live Q&A with Briona Jenkins and Pamela Benson-Owens
• action items, resources and next steps for implementing anti-racist practices in their everyday lives
• moderated discussion time centering Black and non-white voices
All are welcome.
PS: You can prepare for this discussion by reading our Personal and Professional Resources For Anti-Racism Work Guide: https://www.bossbabes.org/blog/2020/5/29/personal-and-professional-resources-for-anti-racism-work
— MEET OUR FEATURED SPEAKERS —
Learn more about Briona Jenkins’ and Pamela Benson-Owens’ work here: https://www.bossbabes.org/events/2020/8/15/doing-the-work
— HOW TO RSVP —
All events in our Stay Home Club series require an individual RSVP and can be attended for free or by donation. To donate when you RSVP, name your own ticket price during checkout. Register here: https://www.bossbabes.org/events/2020/8/15/doing-the-work
— VIRTUAL ACCESSIBILITY NOTES —
This event will occur on Zoom, requires Wi-Fi to attend, and can be accessed using a smartphone, tablet or desktop computer. Closed captioning will be provided. A link to the event’s virtual room will be sent at least 24 hours in advance. If you need any additional accommodations, you can let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. We’d love to hear from ya!
— MEET THE PRODUCERS —
About bbatx (#bossbabesATX): We amplify women and nonbinary creatives, entrepreneurs and leaders in Texas. At bbatx, we believe that representation, education and intersectionality make for more resilient leaders and communities. So, through conferences, markets, festivals and meet-ups, we create spaces to share our crafts, find collaborators, learn new skills, seek guidance and provide each other with practical and emotional resources. Our programs showcase, educate and connect 1500+ emerging women and nonbinary creatives, entrepreneurs and leaders per year. Beyond the opportunities we offer, our exhibitions and events are attended by 20,000+ community members per year (including you!). Learn more and get involved at bossbabes.org.
FREE. Donations accepted.
(Saturday) 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
BossBabes ATXWe’re a Texas-based nonprofit that amplifies and connects women and nonbinary creatives, entrepreneurs and organizers. We create spaces to share our crafts, find collaborators, learn new skills, seek guidance and provide each other with practical and emotional resources. Anyone interested in our mission and core values are invited to participate—and learn more about how intersectional gender equality can improve their daily lives. More than 17,000 community members annually attend our showcases, markets and dialogues—and in the last three years, our programs generated an additional $1million for the Austin email@example.com