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ComNetworkMONTEREYBAY: Examining Our Values Relating to Racial Justice

ComNetLOCAL Event

Join members of the Communications Network, Monterey Bay chapter as we consider our messaging, principles and values centered around racial justice.

Dr. Clarence B. Jones, speechwriter for Martin Luther King and civil rights leader held a ComNet virtual discussion  noting that communicators are central to perceptions of race and social justice. He urged members of ComNet, which he called the “best and brightest” communicators to use our skills to craft messages of social justice that will resonate with our supporters and lead to institutional change.

We will explore:

  • How does anti-racism align with your organization’s principles and values?
  • How are you thinking about racial justice at your organization—gaps, opportunities, key questions?

Prework:

Recommended:

Join us Thursday, June 11 2:30-3:30 p.m.
Zoom link provided with RSVP

Agenda
Introductions (name, role & your organization)
Guiding questions

  • How does anti-racism align with your organization’s principles and values?
  • How are you thinking about racial justice at your organization—gaps, opportunities, key questions?

We hope to “see” you there!
Your Communications Network Monterey Bay Team:

Please RSVP by Wednesday 6/10 to Cristina Dirksen at cristinad@cfmco.org and we will send zoom details.

This free event is presented by the Communications Network, Monterey Bay (ComNet) in partnership with the Community Foundation for Monterey County the Community Foundation for Santa Cruz County and the United way Monterey County.

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