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Thu, Oct 24


Virtual Event

Navigating Racist Spaces, Stories and Systems

Purpose: A culturally responsive engagement is to provide culturally responsive and equity-driven support for People of Color (POC) who are seeking to develop their capacity (attitude, behavior, knowledge, skills, and understanding) for realizing their personal and professional aspirations/goals.

Navigating Racist Spaces, Stories and Systems
Navigating Racist Spaces, Stories and Systems

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Oct 24, 2024, 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM

Virtual Event

About the Event


Through historical sharing and critical conversations, guide participants through culturally responsive lived-experiences that appreciate, recognize, and encompass the ways of POC ancestors and that uplift and move forward pro-POC ways of being and knowing.


During the pursuit of their personal and professional aspirations, when experiencing racism, using culturally responsive ways, POC participants routinely draw from the strengths of their ancestors to identify and acknowledge that they are experiencing racism, constructively address racist practices, cope effectively with everyday racism, heal from internalized oppression/racism, and/or intentionally manage the adverse impacts of

race dosee trauma.

About Dr. Sharon Knight

Dr. Sharon Knight is CEO of DSK-Culturally Responsive Education Services, LLC (DSK-CRES). Her love and passion for education, people, and social justice, made her who she is today: A skilled multicultural educator, servant leader, and unwavering Race and Social Justice (RSJ) practitioner. Dr. Knight engages people in meaningful, multicultural, and multidimensional experiences via a "no blame, no shame" approach to culturally responsive consultation and professional development. She has over 44 years of experience in this field and holds a Bachelors in Sociology-Criminology, a Master's in Leadership and Education, and a Ph.D in Organizational Management and Leadership.

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