When: Wednesday, October 23 and Thursday, October 24, 2019, 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM

This is a 2-day event. Due to the nature of this training, participants are expected to commit to both days.

Where: Mill Hill Community Arts Center, 213 Clinton Street, Macon, GA, 31217

Facilitated by national trainers from the Racial Equity Institute, this two-day event is our second and more in-depth training to better understand and address the structural and cultural roots of racial inequity in our community organizations, institutions, and schools.

This free community event is made possible by Knight Foundation.

Space is limited.

Continental breakfast and lunch will be provided to participants both days, along with all necessary training materials.

About Racial Equity Institute (REI), LLC.

Based out of Greensboro, North Carolina, Racial Equity Institute (REI), LLC is a collective of educators, researchers, and community activists from across the country who have developed and facilitate a series of intensive trainings to help organizations and communities proactively understand and address racism.  REI’s wide range of clients include Atlanta Metro Chamber of Commerce, Chapel Hill (NC) Police Department, City of Cleveland, Kaufmann Foundation, Minnesota YMCA, and South Louisiana Public Health.  To learn more about REI’s approach and training process, click here.

For more information, please contact Bethany@newtownmacon.com.

Sponsored by Knight Foundation

Hosted by Fresh Water Project

Stephen Adams, Macon-Bibb County Industrial Authority

Sheknita Davis, In His Image Agency

Dominque Johnson, Kingdom Life Church & The Urban CEO

Tonja Khabir, Griffith Family Foundation

Susannah Maddux, Macon Magazine

Bethany Rogers, NewTown Macon

Virgil Watkins, Macon-Bibb County Commission