This month’s episode of, “For Good” introduces a transformative workshop presented by Child Advocates called, Undoing Racism. For several Marion and Hamilton county agencies, this innovative program is changing business as usual…opening eyes, hearts and minds of staff and volunteers. Over the course of the last year, all CICF employees and board members have participated in the two-day workshop. Listen to hear how the workshop is reshaping our work in the community.
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WHO YOU’RE LISTENING TO
Kim Jacobs – WFYI Media
Diana Dunn – founding member of The People’s Institute for Survival and Beyond
Cindy Booth – executive director of Child Advocates of Marion County
Dustin Washington – facilitator with The People’s Institute for Survival and Beyond
Brian Payne – president and CEO of CICF
Tamara Winfrey-Harris – vice-president of marketing and communications at CICF
Pamela Ross – community investment officer at CICF
Judge Marilyn Moores – Marion County superior court, chair of juvenile division
Learn about future Undoing Racism workshops with Child Advocates
The Other American Dream: Social Mobility, Race and Opportunity from The Brookings Institution
The G.I. Bill Changed My Family’s Life by Brian Payne
African Americans and the G.I. Bill from Wikipedia