September 15, 2020 – 6-7:30pm
November 17, 2020 – 6-7:30pm
January 19, 2021 – 6-7:30pm
March 16, 2021 – 6-7:30pm

Zoom Online Virtual Training

Full Series Member Price: $175
Full Series Non-Member Price: $200

Per Session Member Price: $49
Per Session Non-Member Price: $64

A $49 service fee will be retained for cancellations. Cancellations received less than 7 business days prior to the session will be charged a 50% cancellation fee.

Participants may earn SCECHs for this event.

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A Series of 4 Virtual TownHall’s

Defining Racism, Bias, & Fragility

Date: September 15th, 2020 from 6:00-7:30pm/est

Bias is a human and natural; our goal isn’t to eliminate it, rather we must recognize it when and where it exists in order to overcome. Racism is one of the most talked about discriminatory practices in today’s society. Join this talk to discuss difficult topics and learn how to navigate through some of the discomfort associated with defensiveness and stigma.

Session Length: 90-minutes of facilitated conversation

Micro- vs. Macro-Aggressions: 

Date: November 17th, 2020 from 6:00-7:30pm/est

Microagressions are individually elicited comments/actions toward an identity group. Macroaggressions are systemic policies and procedures that discriminate against particular identity groups. Join this talk to learn about the different types of aggressions and have open conversation around the meaning behind many of the statements we hear and see in today’s society.

Session Length: 90-minutes of facilitated conversation

White Privilege

Date: January 19, 2021 from 6:00-7:30pm/est

Privilege is surrounded by quite a bit of guilt and defensiveness; however, privilege (especially White Privilege) is unearned and not meant to evoke shame. Join this session to have thoughtful conversation around privilege and how to use this privilege toward becoming an active ally rather than an unconscious oppressor.

Session Length: 90-minutes of facilitated conversation

Action Steps Around Race

Date: March 16th, 2021 from 6:00-7:30pm/est

After participating in the preview three sessions, attendees will have garnered reflections on where they are within society (in relation to perspectives of others). Ultimately, our goal is not simply to talk, but to ACT upon becoming a more inclusive and equitable society. Join this session to hear from others about how to hold one another accountable and continue individual growth around race.

Session Length: 90-minutes of facilitated conversation

Trainer: Megan Fuciarelli

Megan Fuciarelli is an educator and administrator with over 20 years of experience in the social justice realm. Now residing in Michigan, Fuciarelli has spent the bulk of her educational career in the Chicago area. As the Executive Director & Principal Consultant of US2, she works with a team of like-minded individuals whose primary goal is to help Unite Society through equity and inclusion work. In her career, she has served as an educator as well as building and district-level administrator. She has presented for local, state, national and international audiences in the areas of Restorative Practices, Equity & Inclusion, Culturally Responsive Pedagogy, and The Whole Child. She is very proud of her work with Teaching Tolerance as a contributor and the author of the Critical Practices Webinar Series. Fuciarelli holds a BS in Elementary Education as well as a MATL in Reading and MED in Educational Administration. Fuciarelli has also completed an ESL Certificate and the Urban School Leadership Program at Harvard. She continues to serve on many committees and boards (on both local and state levels).