Virtual Roundtable: Communicating Equity When the World is on Fire
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Good intentions are not enough when it comes to racial equity in our country, especially in light of the disproportionate effect of COVID-19 on Black and Brown communities and the recent (and ongoing) killings of innocent Black citizens by police.
Fortunately, behavioral science and change management theory have lessons for us on how we can communicate issues more inclusively in a manner that highlights systemic problems instead of individual flaws.
On this Network Virtual Roundtable, join us for a presentation and conversation on how you can create more equitable communications that effectively advance the values of diversity, equity, and inclusion.
We’ll also take you through a case study of crafting a report on racial disparities in health for public engagement.
- How to effectively frame diversity, equity, and inclusion in your internal and external conversations
- A walkthrough of a case study example
- How organizations can authentically respond to injustice and show true allyship
The roundtable will feature Minal Bopaiah and Sabine Marx of Brevity & Wit, a strategy + design firm committed to designing a more inclusive and equitable world.
Notes from the roundtable can be found here.