America today is more diverse than ever and as a result, many organizations and institutions have had to consider the ways that white supremacy interacts with their policies, practices and procedures. This presentation will allow leaders to reflect on their own racial identities and consider the ways that they can influence their organization to become more thoughtful and equitable.
Participants will learn about and have the opportunity to reflect on the ways in which individual identity and elements of white supremacy show up in organizations. They’ll engage in self-reflection around their own racialization as well as consider how individuals with non-dominant identities are (or are not) represented in the leadership of the groups they are a part of. Our speaker will share his own experience with racialization as a Black man and will help shed light on actionable work that participants can do today. Goal setting opportunities as well as resources to consider while building an inclusive community will be provided.
Speaker: Khalique Rogers
Founder of Good Riddance Consulting, Khalique is a Social entrepreneur who works on social impact initiatives within the Twin Cities. He focuses on amplifying the voices of community, organizations and business through a data drive-human approach. Khalique also is a skilled facilitator, keynote speaker , storyteller and writer. Using his youth perspective yet wisdom gained through countless professional and lived experiences gives him a unique approach to the work. If you don't believe it , see for yourself.