“People may say, ‘I’m color-blind,’ but we are not color-blind in this society," says Diane De La Santos, executive director of City on a Hill.
Diane and colleagues from other nonprofits run Removing Racial Residue workshops that bring Milwaukee-area residents together to think about racial matters in a new way; NPC will host a special session August 4.
“The goal of it is to help people, regardless of their ethnicity, recognize what racial residue is in their lives and how it affects them," says Diane.
See a demonstration of three levels of racial residue in the white community, and in communities of color, that hinder equity and unity in America. Hear from Black and Latino men about the personal impact of racial residue on their lives. Learn how you can personally and professionally help to rid your community of racial tension and division.
Presenter: Diane De La Santos, Executive Director, City on a Hill; Jeremy Triblett, Director of Training and Technical Assistance, Center for Youth Engagement; Raymond Rivera, Youth Development Coordinator, United Community Center Learn more and register here >>