Event Details


Bite-Sized Learning: Creating Racial Equity in Organizations for White Allies

Monday, March 01, 11:00 AM - Monday, March 01, 2021, 12:00 PM
Monday, March 01, 2021, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Fee: Free

Racial equity work is about progress, not perfection. What can white folks do to advance racial equity in their organizations? We will discuss strategies for thinking critically about how your organization may be upholding systems of racism – and what you can do to break the cycle. Whether you are new to racial justice or need a refresher to reaffirm your commitment, this will be a space to gather resources you can apply in your sphere of influence.

The Bite-Sized Learning events are designed by MCN’s Greater Minnesota team to keep us connected across the state. While the topics are chosen to meet the needs of Greater Minnesota, all are welcome here! Each event will have a short presentation along with plenty of time for networking and discussion on the designated topic. Bring your questions and expertise on the topic! With our cameras and microphones on, we can stay connected, learn, and support one another.

Event Details

The event will be hosted on Zoom. You will need a computer and a phone as a back-up audio method. 

Register for the event on Zoom.

Speaker Information

BradleyWolfeDr. Bradley Wolfe is the regional coordinator for the Minnesota Council of Nonprofits’ Southwest Minnesota Regional Chapter, based in Nicollet. Through his part-time position, Bradley provides local activities, initiatives, and connections to the resources MCN provides in the Southwest region of Minnesota.

Bradley has a doctorate in educational leadership through which he studied the relationship between nonprofits and higher education. In addition to his work with MCN, Bradley teaches courses in Human Communication at Minnesota State University, Mankato and South Central College.

Bradley has a graduate certificate in nonprofit leadership in addition to three master’s degrees in the liberal arts. He regularly works for equity and justice through his role as a Diversity Facilitator with the Greater Mankato Diversity Council. He is grateful for the opportunity to help nonprofits through his position at the Minnesota Council of Nonprofits.

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