Communications from a Racial Equity Perspective Based on Best Practices

Due to the health, safety, and equity issues connected to the COVID-19 pandemic, I am only offering virtual sessions at this time. I look forward to being onsite with my clients, but I will do so when the work environment is safe is for every person. I have worked virtually with clients outside of my geographic area for a number of years, so I am positioned to meet you online in this difficult moment.

Language Matters: Communicating About Race EffectivelyLearn how to incorporate a racial analysis into your communications

This virtual session is for policy-focused organizations that have had a prior racial equity learning experience and are ready to revamp their communications practices. All content is customized to your organization’s challenge areas and racial equity goals. Initially designed as a four (4) hour in-person session, I offer this session virtually in two (2-hour) sessions. It includes up to three follow-up sessions, also virtual. The content and components of the virtual service are the same as an in-person delivery.

Session topics include:

-Message frames that center race
-Unpacking unique language challenges
-Creating policy documents that include a racial analysis
-Presenting data from a racial equity perspective in ways that do not reinforce harmful racial stereotypes

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Services include

Planning and Design

Agenda Creation

Materials Development

Online Facilitation

Post-session Debrief

Post-meeting action plan

How Clients Use this Service

Clients use this service after prior racial equity training to bring written products and communication strategies in line with racial equity objectives. Clients also use this service to build the capacity of teams to incorporate an explicit racial analysis into their external communications work. Rates start at $5,400 and vary based on the specific client engagement.

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