Join us at Toward One Wisconsin,
only five weeks to go!
Toward One Wisconsin
A Conference on Building Communities
of Equity and Opportunity
(Tip: Save up to $100 – register before Oct. 23)
Nikole Hannah-Jones, Pulitzer prize-winning creator of the “1619 Project,” and one of our special plenary speakers, is eager to share her story with you. Click on the link above for her short video snippet.
Our other plenary speaker, Hilary Ware, is vice president and associate general counsel, litigation and regulatory affairs at Netflix in San Francisco. She will focus on concrete actions the business community needs to take to create real change toward equality and opportunity in the workplace.
Need more reasons to register?
- 50 interest sessions, 90-plus presenters (Click here for program schedule.)
- Special preconference day Nov. 11: Racism is a Public Health Crisis… and what are we going to do about it
- CEO Action Panel for Diversity and Inclusion – Taking the Pledge
- All-digital poster presentations, show your work, engage with others – details at inclusivity-wi.org/poster
Click here to check out the amazing lineup of over 50 interest sessions and 90-plus presenters covering these four tracks:
- Track I: Increasing Opportunities for Inclusion in Wisconsin’s Workforce
- Track II: Creating Inclusive Communities
- Track III: Cultivating Equity in Education
- Track IV: Building Health Equity in Wisconsin
This week’s session highlight: Track III, presenters Eddie Moore Jr., Ph.D., The Privilege Institute; Marguerite W. Penick-Parks, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh:
‘The Guide for White Women who Teach Black Boys’
What you will learn by attending: For White teachers to be allies to their Black male students, they need to know their students’ struggles just for being Black and male in the U.S. You will work through activities that may challenge, require honest reflection on your whiteness, and will reflect on possibly perpetuating an inherently white and privileged society. The sessions will support White teachers in their search for personal growth as educators and the academic achievement of their Black male students.
For complete list of conference sponsors, click here.