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Wed, May 01


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May Public Foundations Seminar

Foundations of Racially Conscious Collaboration: Full Day Seminar that includes time for breaks, lunch and collaborative breakout sessions.

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May Public Foundations Seminar
May Public Foundations Seminar

Time & Location

May 01, 2024, 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM EDT

Zoom Event

About the event

About our Course:

The Racially Conscious Collaboration Tool™, which carries the same name as our company, is designed to sustain healthy racial dialogue, positive racial identity development, and action.  It impacts and sustains personal introspection, conversations with others and teams, and anti-racist, intersectional organizational change.  It is also the foundation of a larger suite of tools and change processes we use to generate change.

Foundations of Racially Conscious Collaboration is professional development that was designed specifically to ensure that you gain immediate, deep personal and professional practice with the Racially Conscious Collaboration Tool. The Foundations seminar is a highly engaging, visually stunning experience crafted to coach you and each participant to identify and accelerate the progression of your racial readiness.

For some, this seminar will serve as a prerequisite for our Collaborator Certification™ and other leadership and organizational development programming. For many, this seminar will immediately provide you with the tools you need to keep the spotlight on race in your reflection, conversation, and collaborative decision-making.

Seminar Outcomes:

  • Practice effective cross racial dialogue in a variety of engaging configurations including personal reflection, small group, and large group practice.
  • Learn how to use the RCC tool first as a guide for personal positive racial identity development, then as roadmap for effective cross racial dialogue with others, and finally as an assessment tool for diagnosing and guiding organizational change.
  • Practice the Racially Conscious Collaboration tool in the context of your real-world race equity diversity and inclusion challenges.
  • Participants receive the benefit of masterful facilitation from RCC leaders with years of experience coaching individuals, small groups, and whole organizations in racial equity transformation.
  • Learn about the road map that RCC uses in its whole organization transformation work with the RCC Systemic Transformation Framework™.

About our Facilitator/CEO:

Tony Hudson is driven by a purpose to align people and resources to center racial consciousness and intersectional equity in relationships and collaboration.  Tony has spent the last 20+ years leading racial equity organizations as an executive, researcher, and consultant.  Tony developed the Systemic Racially Conscious Collaboration™ Framework; a suite of research-based tools structured to assist people and organizations in transformation.

Before founding Racially Conscious Collaboration™ Tony spent the last twelve years successfully ushering organizations across the US through racial consciousness development and organizational change. Tony is currently completing a dissertation documenting the experiences of leaders that have engaged in successful systemic racial equity transformation with his help as a consultant.  Before his work as a consultant, he led systemic racial equity transformation work for the Osseo School District of Minnesota as the Executive Director of Equity. Prior to his experience as Executive Director, he was a Head Principal and led his school to the 99th percentile in Minnesota for the rate at which they were eliminating racial disparities. During his time in educational administration Tony volunteered with Isaiah Minnesota where he led school superintendents statewide to address the cradle to prison pipeline that results from racial disparities in school discipline.

Tony has also served in community-based, non-profit leadership positions, including the Minnesota Children’s Defense Fund where he founded several Freedom Schools. Maybe most important, he made Denzel Washington’s “Devil in a Blue Dress” his all-time favorite movie and continues to spend a short infinity convincing his kids that since he lived through the golden ages of 80s, 90s, and early 2000s hip hop that he has more credibility as a fan and critic of the genre than they do. . still trying to convince them.

To learn more about our organization follow us on Instagram: @RaciallyConsciousCollaboration and visit our website to schedule a consultation.

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