Our community is a blend of south side (Hyde Park, Woodlawn, South Shore, Washington Park, Grand Crossing, Jackson Park, Jackson Park Highlands, Chatham, etc) freelancers, entrepreneurs, writers, scholars, researchers, and University of Chicago academics alike.
Issues of equality, race, and inclusion have been brought to the forefront of society. Equitable businesses can better identify and capitalize on opportunities. How do we create just climates in our organizations? Come learn from our experienced panel of change-makers how to identify and counteract inequality, advocate for diversity and inclusion, and work towards increased equity!
We will discuss:
- Why diversity/inclusion/equity matters
- Historic policies that have lead to inequity
- Realities of Power
- Role of Culture
- How to structure an organization with an eye to equity
- How to shift an organization that is not diverse/equitable
Growing an organization with an eye to equity is not only the right thing to do, but also makes good business sense.
This virtual Lunch & Learn is free and open to the public. It will feature University CoWork members Lina Buffington (Nurses for Sexual and Reproductive Health) and Shaniece Alexander (The Justice Collective), and be moderated by David C. Lubin (University CoWork).
October 7, 2020 @ Noon
Meeting instructions will be sent to registrants.
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