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Date: March 16 from 11:30 – 2:00 - Brown Bag Lunch
Location: Casey Family Program Field Office
1123 23rd Avenue, Seattle
Leadership Learning Community
Casey Family Programs
Minority Executive Directors Coalition
Non-Profit Anti-Racism Coalition
Center for Ethical Leadership
The Leadership Learning Community, a national organization located in Oakland California, launched a collaborative learning initiative called Leadership for a New Era
(LNE). This initiative includes a diverse group of partners who believe that we need to radically expand the ways in which we think about and develop leadership to become more inclusive, networked and collective. This change will be critical to breakthroughs needed to realize social and racial equity.
The first draft on Leadership and Race
was posted to LNE’s collaborative workspace and is being edited by partners who have contributed their work to the summary. Over 45 people gathered in the Bay Area for an LLC Circle meeting to discuss this work and decided to continue meeting. We are inviting you to join us in bringing this conversation to the Puget Sound to see how we can bring a racial lens tot our work. The summary addresses the following questions:
- Does current leadership thinking and practice contribute to structural racism?
- Why are leadership strategies vital to achieving racial justice?
- What leadership development approaches support racial equity?
- What changes in our evaluation work will support racial equity?