Training Spotlight: Strengthening Our Health and Resiliency: Towards Belonging and Co- Liberation and How to Navigate Amidst Overwhelming Times
The King County Office of Equity and Social Justice is hosting two workshops that center on the lived experiences of native employees and employees of color.
Strengthening Our Health and Resiliency: Towards Belonging and Co- Liberation, Nov. 26-27: This training seeks to engage a smaller group of leadership of native employees and employees of color at King County. Using lived experience and frames based on belonging, co-liberation, and health, this session will support thinking through what ensuring transformative and racially equitabble programs and strategies could be. The two day session will be grounded in Embodying the Belonging and Co-liberation frame. This training takes places over two days, Nov. 26 from 9 a.m.-2p.m. and Nov. 27 from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Register and learn more, use password affinitygroup.
How to Navigate Amidst Overwhelming Times, Dec. 11: This session will pay special attention to the intersection of trauma and oppression especially that of indigenous and people of color lived experience and background. This will be a large a cross disciplinary gathering that works towards building a critical mass of those striving for sustainability. Register and learn more, use password affinitygroup.