The Racial Equity Learning Collaborative is a group of nonprofit leaders who collaborate, learn, and take action towards advancing racial equity. The learning collaborative may be composed of executive directors, board members, staff and other stakeholders within the organization who are committed to creating a more inclusive and equitable environment.
The goals of the racial equity learning collaborative include identifying and addressing biases and inequities within the organization as well as developing strategies to increase diversity and representation. Members of the learning collaborative participate in trainings, workshops, and discussions to increase their understanding of racial inequities within their organization and how those inequities impact the populations they serve.
Through ongoing collaboration and collective action, the learning collaborative works toward creating a more welcoming and inclusive space where individuals of all races and backgrounds feel valued and supported.
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