Date(s) - April 21, 2018 - April 22, 2018
11:00 am - 3:00 pm
Whole Foods Market: Community Room
Facilitated by Regan Byrd with Regan Byrd Consulting LLC
Training Subject Matter: This training will encompass a part one and part two, each 4 hours in duration, held on consecutive days. Part 1 will be held April 21st, and Part 2 will be held April 22nd. Part one will train attendees on the history of racial categorization in the United States, and 3 institutional examples of racism/white supremacy in the US: education, housing, and the criminal justice system. Participants will also learn about the 4 I’s of oppression in this session as the final session for the day. Part two will train attendees on racism specifically regarding midwifery and healthcare. Participants will also be trained on good allyship and a few common pitfalls to white anti-racist allyship. Finally, participants will be trained on how to begin implementing anti-oppressive practices in their institution.
Outcomes: Participants will have a broad understanding of how oppression operates within society and be able to name examples. Participants will be able to discern between de-facto and de-jure racism. Participants will have a 101 understanding of racial categories in the US, and how racism shows up in 4 major US systems. Participants will be able to articulate the 4 I’s anti-oppression model and give examples. Participants will be able to articulate a positive model of allyship. Participants will have produced ideas and a concrete, next step action on combatting racism and implementing anti-oppressive practices within their organization.
Before the training, it is required to watch the documentary: Race: The Power of An Illusion: http://newsreel.org/video/RACE-THE-POWER-OF-AN-ILLUSION
This will help provide you the background for how racism became constructed and continued in the US. There are inexpensive rental options on the website.
Open to all CMA members and Registered Midwives who are not CMA members.
This venue can only support 20 occupants. We plan to have additional anti-racism and anti-oppression educational offerings in the future.
The CMA is paying for this training, yet if you would like to make a donation to help cover the costs of this event and for future trainings, then please go to the Donate button and include that in the notes.