The Anti-Racist Business Virtual Summit
Learn from founders, leaders, and racial justice experts about what it means to be an anti-racist company and how businesses of all sizes can create and support diverse, inclusive, and equitable organizations.
FREE ONLINE EVENT | October 1, 2020
Bard’s Graduate Programs in Sustainability cultivate leaders who break through existing systems, innovating solutions to critical social, environmental, and economic challenges. Bard GPS students pursue cutting-edge master’s degrees in policy, business, or education, that embed extended field-based practical training and individualized career support. Their alumni are changing the rules through environmental policy, changing the game through sustainable business, and changing minds through environmental education.
The Anti-Racist Business Virtual Summit will provide you with strategies, best-practices, and a roadmap for building an anti-racist company.
Here’s what you’ll hear our speakers talking about:
How to engage employees on race and equity issues in a way that uplifts, protects, and advances company culture
The underpinning business structures that reinforce racism and how to replace them with anti-racist frameworks and values
How to avoid the traps of traditional diversity programs and initiatives
How to implement practices and policies that are inclusive, equitable, and empowering to people both within and outside the company
How we can all take action to dismantle racism and white supremacy within our economies
How to advocate for change in creating an inclusive and equitable economy