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Challenging Racism Board Member

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ORGANIZATION: CHALLENGING RACISM

Challenging Racism is looking for board members! We are looking for good people who have an interest in racial equity, nonprofit governance and who may have expertise in one of the following areas - marketing, public relations, financial oversight (MBA, CFO, accountant, etc.), grant writing, or other areas which you feel may be valuable to our organization. The board nomination form is on our website at https://www.challengingracism.org/boardnominations.html/.

THIS IS A VOLUNTEER UNPAID BOARD POSITION.

Contact info@challengingracism.org for more information. We appreciate your support and willingness to serve our organization.

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About CHALLENGING RACISM

Location:

1101 WILSON BLVD 6TH FLOOR, 6th Floor, ARLINGTON, VA 22209, US

Mission Statement

To teach and empower people to DISRUPT racism one compassionate conversation at a time.

Description

​We educate people about the prevalence and inequities of institutional and systemic racism, giving them the knowledge and tools they need to challenge racism where they encounter it.
Learning How began as a parallel experience to the Arlington Public Schools initiative to inform faculty and staff about race and equity in its effort to close the Achievement Gap between white and non-white students. It has grown to provide information to school and workgroups, community organizations, and others whose members can benefit from a deeper and broader understanding of racism and its effect on our society.

Through reading, stories, activities, and conversations, participants learn to work effectively in cross-cultural situations. We encourage a basic understanding of racism, white privilege, the roots of racism, and its more recent modern manifestations in our society. The skills developed in our programs can be applied by anyone to many different topics and situations.

CAUSE AREAS

Race & Ethnicity
Race & Ethnicity

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.

SKILLS

  • Teaching / Instruction
  • Marketing & Communications (Mar/Com)
  • Public Relations
  • Business Development & Sales Management
  • Fundraising
  • CSR / Volunteer Coordination

GOOD FOR

N/A

REQUIREMENTS

  • Orientation or Training
  • 10 hours per month

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