National Chats for Change: Systems Thinking for Transformational Change

May 5 – Sep 1, 2021
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12:00pm–1:00pm
EDI Seminar/Workshop
Details

The Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai presents

National Chats for Change: Systems Thinking for Transformational Change

What Can You Expect?

Beginning in May, we are launching two new series:

  • In Action: You’ll learn three tools that can be applied to your day-to-day work that will move you to action.
  • Deeper Dive: You’ll learn to further unpack some of the past Chats for Change topics that sparked inspiring dialogue.

We’re also offering new topics such as colorism, anti-Asian violence, COVID-19 vaccines, anti-racism as a professional imperative, the promise of America and what’s happening “in the news.” The “Back to Basics” series will also continue this spring-summer where we will continue to examine “How does it work?” to deepen our understanding of key concepts such as racial equity, white supremacy culture, racial gaslighting and anti-racism.

These sessions will not be recorded.

May 2021

Storytelling for Racial Justice
Wednesday, May 5 | 12-1 pm EST

June 2021

Anti-Oppressive: More than Being Against It
Wednesday, June 2 | 12-1 pm EST

July 2021

What? So What? Now What?
Wednesday, July 7 | 12-1 pm EST

August 2021

Building Blocks for Creating Change
Wednesday, August 4 | 12-1 pm EST

September 2021

Managing Resistance to Change
Wednesday, September 1 | 12-1 pm EST

For more details follow: Chats for Change | Mount Sinai