Are you beginning your equity journey and want to deepen your anti-racist work? Are you an ally looking to put some actions behind your words or refresh your skills? Are you looking for a space to take risks and challenge your previously held beliefs in a supportive community?
Join us June 6 and 7 for a two-day, pre-Conference experience: a virtual Allyship Training facilitated by Service Never Sleeps. Registration is open and we invite you to attend! The deadline to register is Wednesday, May 31 at 5:00pm ET / 4:00pm CT / 3:00pm MT / 2:00pm PT. The workshop is open to all.
Complementing the Dance/USA 2023 Conference theme of EMERGE | BECOME | MOVE, this virtual Allyship Training is a unique opportunity to be in community with creative workers and dance professionals and lean into Dance/USA’s values of equity and inclusion. Empower yourself to start or continue allyship work as a lifestyle. All members of the dance ecosystem are welcome at this event. If you have already participated in this two-day Allyship workshop, we invite you to encourage others within your networks, leadership teams, and boards to sign up.
Allyship Training Details
Date: June 6 and 7
Time: 1:00pm-4:30pm ET / 12:00pm-3:30pm CT / 11:00am – 2:30pm MT / 10:00am – 1:30pm PT
Cost: Total cost for the two-day training is $60 per person.
This is a public, ticketed event open to all regardless of Dance/USA membership status, but space is limited.
Please note: Registration automatically includes sign-up for both days and attendees must be present for both days. If you are registering multiple people from your organization, each person who participates must be registered separately and be available for both days. Registering for the Allyship Training does not mean you are registered for the Dance/USA 2023 Conference. Conference registration is separate.
About the Allyship Training
Service Never Sleeps' virtual Allyship training is an intensive, two-day, fast-paced webinar series designed to explore how to use individual and collective areas of privilege to advance racial justice in an intersectional context. Using SNS’ CLAIM framework (Care, Learn, Act, Influence, Maintain), this workshop will explore what it means to adopt an Allyship lifestyle. The training will equip participants with tools to be active allies for racial justice through methods of naming privilege, centering individuals of BIPOC and Native descent, navigating intersectionality across identities, influencing others, and continuing their own self-work journey. Participants will leave this workshop committed to the Allyship lifestyle, and prepared to facilitate change in all areas of life.
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