Please note: You must be able to commit to attending the whole workshop in order to receive your certificate. Please log in to the Zoom meeting on time with a valid email address. Both agency staff and residents are welcome to join this training.
Description: When working around issues of community violence, it’s important to acknowledge
intersecting systems of oppression, such as anti-Black racism, anti-Indigenous racism,
ableism, sexism, classism, homophobia, and others. This training will develop your
awareness of your own social position and present ways to work across differences using
anti-oppression and trauma-informed approaches.
Facilitators: Julet Allen and Ken Williams
Julet Allen is a social worker, educator and advocate with over 25 years of experience. Her work in the not for profit sector focuses on the Black community addressing issues of anti-Black racism and systemic oppression within the education and justice system. Her practice centers a methodology grounded in Blackness and its radically transformative potential. Currently, Julet is a faculty member at Humber College and teaches in the Criminal Justice Diploma Program.
Ken Williams has spent the last ten years working with young people at various stages of development in the area of preventative interventions. He is a lifelong learner who appreciates studying and listening to people's life stories and is now pursuing his Ph.D. in Social Work at York University. He also appreciates the visual and performing arts, as well as music, technology, and travel. He's fascinated by the connection between justice and art, as well as non-traditional approaches of promoting crucial healing in the lives of Black adolescents.
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