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The Culture of Racism, Recovery & Resiliency (CR3) Series

UWM’s School of Continuing Education is pleased to offer the Culture of Racism, Recovery & Resiliency (CR3) series. Together with valued community partners, we explore strategies to address racism and re-evaluate ways to purposefully practice inclusion. We invite you to join us on this journey as we strive to become the change we want to see in the world.

The CR3 series is designed to equip you, our community change agents, with the tools and resources necessary to address racism and manifest change. This 12-part series offers insightful 90-minute sessions devoted to a range of timely topics, including implicit bias, public health, racism and resiliency. Through inspirational discussions, panel presentations and interactive conversations, you’ll be empowered to take action both personally and professionally – fostering impact and change across institutions, organizations, schools, businesses, communities and beyond. Together, we will work to forge strategic alliances focused on overcoming racism.

Enroll in the entire series for $99 or select individual sessions based on your particular interests. CEUs are available upon request.

Series Registration

Microaggressions – How to Talk Them Out and When to Walk Away

Thursday, May 13    |    11:00am-12:30pm CT    |    $29

CEUs: 0.1

Presenter: Sumaiyah Clark

Microaggressions can be verbal or manifested in many subtle ways. Find out how to relinquish these behaviors in different settings.

Register for the May 13 Event

Facilitated Discussion

Thursday, June 10    |    11:00am-12:30pm CT    |    $29

CEUs: 0.1

Presenters: Judge Derek Mosley, Clarene Mitchell, Grady Crosby, Shirley Burks, Gevon Daynuah, Reggie Jackson, Sumaiyah Clark

The topic for this conversation comes from the January panel discussion, offering deeper insight and further exploration.

Register for the June 10 Event

Black Lives Matter in the Workplace and Online – How to Leverage LinkedIn to Champion Diversity and Inclusion

Thursday, July 8    |    11:00am-12:30pm CT    |    $29

CEUs: 0.1

Presenter: Clarene Mitchell

Discover strategies to be your authentic self and to address racism on LinkedIn, the social media platform for professional networking.

Register for the July 8 Event

Public Health, Racism, Resiliency

Thursday, August 12    |    11:00am-12:30pm CT    |    $29

CEUs: 0.1

Presenter: Sumaiyah Clark

Milwaukee County was the first jurisdiction in the nation to declare racism as a public health crisis. Learn what’s being done at local and national levels to address and heal from it.

Register for the August 12 Event

Where Do You Start With Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Efforts?

Thursday, September 9    |    11:00am-12:30pm CT    |    $29

CEUs: 0.1

Presenter: Grady Crosby

A look into how human resource management and other diversity groups can create and support inclusion and equity in the workplace.

Register for the September 9 Event

The Culture of Racism and Recovery

Thursday, October 14    |    11:00am-12:30pm CT    |    $29

CEUs: 0.1

Presenter: Reggie Jackson

Historically, racism has lasting implications creating a culture of its own. Learn how to take measure to heal, grow and implement change.

Register for the October 14 Event

Roundtable Discussion

Thursday, November 11    |    11:00am-12:30pm CT    |    $29

CEUs: 0.1

Presenters: Shirley Burks, Sumaiyah Clark, Grady Crosby, Gevon Daynuah, Reggie Jackson, Clarene Mitchell, Judge Derek Mosley

The topic of this roundtable conversation comes from the June panel discussion, offering deeper insight and further exploration.

Register for the November 11 Event

I Am the Change – Action and Implementation

Thursday, December 9    |    11:00am-12:30pm CT    |    $29

CEUs: 0.1

Presenters: Judge Derek Mosley, Clarene Mitchell, Grady Crosby, Shirley Burks, Gevon Daynuah, Reggie Jackson, Sumaiyah Clark

A culmination of the Culture of Racism, Recovery & Resiliency series, including lessons, findings, action steps and final thoughts.

Register for the December 9 Event