Healing from Non-Profit Harm: A Panel on Healing, Justice & Repair
This Lunch & Learn focused on how we cultivate healing and power for ourselves when we exist in toxic work cultures. We heard from panelists who have experienced harm within the non-profit sector and how they have navigated these environments, what they learned, what their healing journeys have been like and how they are building collective power with others.
Creating Anti-Racist Organizational and Board Cultures
Seattle Works Equity Director LaTashia Treise and Content Director Pj Bergstrom share the evolution of SW into an anti-racist organization and what that journey has and currently looks like.
SACA Foundational Anti-Racism and Volunteerism Part II
In part II of our foundational anti-racism workshop, we dive deeper into white supremacy cultural norms, how they manifest in our work, and strategies to combat them as well as define anti-racism and examine where we are in that journey as individuals and as organizations. Participants leave with tangible next steps for personal growth as well as ideas on how to support the organizations you volunteer with.
Restorative Justice Pt. II: Defining accountability and Identifying Barriers to Harm Repair
In the second installment of our Restorative Justice Lunch & Learn series, we discuss accountability, identify barriers to accountability and explore what creating new processes of harm repair can look like within our organizations.
SACA Foundational Anti-Racism & Volunteerism Workshop: Pt. 1
This workshop covers foundational anti-racism concepts and terminology. We examine the difference between individual, institutional and systemic racism, define racial equity, examine the history of volunteerism and explore the ways in which white supremacy culture shows up in volunteer spaces.
Restorative Justice: What is RJ and What Does it Look Like in Practice?
Featuring panelists from LA's Centilia Youth Services, Oakland's Restorative Justice for Oakland Youth, and Seattle's Collective Justice, we discuss what is Restorative Justice and what it looks like in practice in our communities.
Racial Equity Movie Night: Roosevelt Alumni for Racial Equity (R.A.R.E): Beyond Black & White Panel
SACA discusses R.A.R.E.'s documentary film Beyond Black & White with Roosevelt alumni, students, and parents. Panelists include: Joe Hunter (alumni), Leah Scott (alumni), Quincy Purcell (student) and Natalya Yudkovsky (parent).
Narcan & Opioids Workshop
In this workshop we will cover the following topics:
- Laws & Regulations around Naloxone and overdose response
- Fentanyl 101
- A timeline on how we got to where we are today
- How to administer Naloxone & Narcan
Reimagining Holistic Public Safety Lunch & Learn
This panel explores what it means to reimagine holistic public safety for our communities, especially those most impacted negatively by systemic racism and oppression.
Accessibility & Race
This panel features young BIPOC folxs speaking to the intersection of race and disability justice.
Actionable Solidarity Walking the Talk
In this Lunch & Learn we center the voices and brilliance of Black, Indigenous and other folxs of color as we discuss what it means to be in solidarity with communities.
The History of Policing & Our Current State, Part 1
This panel discusses the origins and evolution of policing and the impact that history is having on our society today.
The History of Policing & Our Current State, Part 2
This panel examines our current state of policing, why things must change, and ways we can begin to reimagine what holistic public safety looks like.
Leading with Racial Equity vs Leading with Anti-Racism
In this panel we discuss the difference between racial equity and anti-racism and how we need begin to dismantle white supremacy and shift our organizational cultures.
BLM Performative Allyship vs Anti Racism Part 1