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Confronting Structural Racism: From History to Action Webinar Series | Claremont Lincoln University
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Confronting Structural Racism: From History to Action Webinar Series
September 22, 2021
This three-part Webinar Series is brought to you by Lincoln Institute of Land Policy and Claremont Lincoln University.

About this event

This free three-part webinar series offers actionable insights and tools to address some of the driving forces behind racial inequity.

Join us to explore the roots of today’s disparities in health, wealth, and access to opportunity. Participants from municipalities, nonprofits, and policy-related organizations will learn how failures of past policy continue to harm communities today, how to help communicate about the root cause of inequities with geospatial storytelling, and how to apply advanced leadership skills to make sustainable, structural change.

Register to attend all three free webinars:

WEBINAR #1 - September 29

Structural Racism Revealed: How a Half-Century of Bad Land Policy Carved Inequity Into Communities

12 - 1 PM PDT / 3 - 4 PM EDT

Understand how public policy, from federal to local, created and perpetuated structural racism with lasting impacts on land use. Beginning with the Great Depression, this webinar will review 20th-century housing, finance, and land use policies, and show their indelible negative impact on people of color. We will explore why more than five decades of efforts to redress the devastating impact of these policies have failed. The webinar will explore how housing finance, urban renewal, and major infrastructure investments inflicted continuing harm on communities of color and laid the groundwork for today’s disparities in wealth, life expectancy, quality of life, and access to opportunity.

WEBINAR #2 - October `13

These Maps Don’t Lie: Making Racial Inequity Visible With Geospatial Data

12 - 1 PM PDT / 3 - 4 PM EDT

Learn how to employ visual storytelling with technology such as geographic information systems (GIS) to show how racial inequity can be traced to public policy decisions. Examples include redlining, interstate highway development, zoning, and urban renewal.

ArcGIS StoryMaps are a powerful tool to help confront the legacy of racism in land use by showing how these inequities play out based on location (or geospatially). StoryMaps are configurable applications that combine narrative, interactive maps, images, and other media to provide a compelling experience for the viewer. Learn how to use StoryMaps to make the lived experience of thousands of U.S. communities visible, and equip yourself with data and examples to pursue new models for equity.

WEBINAR #3 - October 27

Making Change: Actionable Steps for Building Coalitions and Political Will

12 - 1 PM PDT / 3 - 4 PM EDT

Apply actionable tools and resources to build the political will and coalitions needed to confront structural racism in communities. Identifying inequities and acting to redress them requires advanced leadership skills. This webinar integrates the framework of the Claremont Core®, four critical strategic skills for intentional change leadership.

ALL REGISTERED ATTENDEES WILL RECEIVE A ZOOM LINK PRIOR TO THE WEBINAR SESSION TO PARTICIPATE.

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