Want to learn how to hold yourself and others in transformative conversations about race, and anti-racist action? Collaborator Certification™ is for you. Join a growing international network of certified Collaborators™ being equipped to serve as internal capacity builders in their organizations. Complete the interest form to get started with your enrollment in the next Collaborator Certification™ cohort. Help your organization ensure that systemic racial equity transformation sticks.
Foundations of Racially Conscious Collaboration™ is a highly engaging transformative one-day experience where your people experience personal and professional practice with our research-based tool designed to accelerate your effectiveness in the cross-racial dialogue necessary to sustain racial equity transformation in your organization.
RCC University is a runway for individuals to learn and develop their leadership skills, with or without organizational support. Our courses are facilitated live by our team of DEI & Racial Equity leaders. Participants will gain immediate, deep personal and real-world workplace racial dialogue practice in each session.
Dr. Laurie Brotman
Executive, NYU Grossman School of Medicine Center for Early Childhood Health, Development
“This is your calling Tony!!! I spent more than three years bearing witness to your skills. Receipts, receipts, receipts. Sending love and respect!!!”
Senior Diversity & Inclusion Advisor, United Nations
I attended Foundations of Racially Conscious Collaboration feeling extremely exhausted from the global events of the last 12 months. Once the seminar got started Tony was highly engaging. It is highly interactive and provided a safe space for me to be reflective, give space to others and move forward in my racial consciousness. I feel more equipped to begin the transformative work ahead of me. I highly recommend this seminar as you will learn actionable takeaways that you can apply immediately.
KayeAnn Lockett Mason
Professor, Therapist, and Social Worker
“Shout out to my friend, my brother, and my collaborator on issues regarding race and the best person I know out there doing this work. If your agency is ready to do transformative work around race, Racially Conscious Collaboration will lead you there.
Board President, ACLP; Professor, Loma Linda University
"The experience of going through Collaborator Certification has been truly transformational on a personal and career level! I may have earned my certification, but in the end, I feel like I gained a family of supportive collaborators whom I can lean on as we continue to strive for racial equity.
Of all the DEI-related coursework I have done, nothing compares to the Racially Conscious Collaboration framework, sessions, and Collaborator certification I have dived into in the last year. The others gave me checklists, while Racially Conscious Collaboration changed me. I'm able to hold extended, thoughtful, and productive conversations about race thanks to tony Hudson, President, and his team. I can't imagine doing equity work without this deep dive and comfort-building, and I cannot recommend working with Tony and Racially Conscious Collaboration enough to any leader in my circle. So proud of this part of my journey. Thank you to Shaundra Brown, for being a great Collaborator coach.
“Truly-I feel like I could write a book about the ways in which you have been helpful to me, our organization, and with each opportunity, I have to engage with you-I feel like we are so in the right hands with you-you have this incredible ability to challenge and probe, and all in "loving accountability".
I can’t wait for our sessions together as I know we are just going to go deeper and deeper; you are helping me be a better person, parent, colleague, supervisor, and, hopefully, change agent. We are So privileged to be working with you, I am so grateful!”
City Manager, City of St. Louis Park
I love RCC's approach to race equity work. While many organizations feel a great urgency to have better outcomes, often limited attention is paid to building strategy and "muscle' around cross-racial dialogue. RCC differentiates itself by taking a "yes, and" approach. "Yes, we have to use the tools we have now to make progress. And, we have to continually build our capacity to dive more deeply into the work and have a stronger racial analysis as we move through the world." RCC accomplishes this through a series of training and engagements, which are developed to meet people where they are, create systems of advocacy and support through the organization, and drive meaningful engagement and change.
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