A Conversation About Racial Justice Training

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A Conversation About Racial Justice Training


Episode #22

Donte Hilliard at Studio

Racial justice education on a macro-level requires grappling with questions such as “what is racism” and “why is racism so difficult to eradicate?” In this candid and reflective conversation, Organize Your Butterflies host, Alejandra Y. Castillo, and Donte Hilliard, Director of Mission Impact at YWCA USA and President of the newly launched YWCA University, discuss Hilliard’s calling to the nonprofit sector, YWCA’s work to eliminate racism, and their focus on intersectionality long before it was trendy, as well as how YWCA invests in people who do the work required to bring justice and equality to all women, girls, and people of color.

 

 

 


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