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Greenberg Center for Learning and Tolerance welcomes you to attend


Virtual Panel Discussion Event
Wednesday, September 30, 2020, 6:00-7:30pm
Free and Open to the Public

CLICK HERE to Watch a Replay of the Livestream Event on YouTube


The events of the past few months have highlighted equity as one of the defining issues of our time to address longstanding racial, economic, and social inequities in our local communities. Responsive leaders are wrestling with how to take practical steps forward to include diverse perspectives in the decision-making process and implement inclusive staffing policies for their workplace, schools, nonprofit organization, faith community, or neighborhood agencies. This virtual event will offer leaders a framework for understanding this challenge, identifying areas of personal growth, ideas for public policy change, and practical strategies to address these important decisions at this crucial time in our nation’s history.

Practical Takeaways

1. Strategies for Navigating Difficult Conversations

2. Learn How to Practice Mindful Inclusion

3. Become Repairers of the Breach

4. Move from Awareness to Action

Watch a Promo Video for the Virtual Event (1:13):


Our livestream event will include 30 minutes of prepared comments from our panel participants followed by a livestream discussion responding to selected questions from diverse members of the Colorado Springs community. This event will also be available on demand 24 hours after the livestream panel discussion at www.thegreenbergcenter.org.

Panel Participants

Stephany Rose Spaulding, PhD, Tenured Associate Professor and Chair of Women’s and Ethnic Studies at the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, Founder, Truth and Conciliation Commission, Pastor, Ebenezer Baptist Church
Terrance D. Carroll, JD, from the University of Denver, Sturm College of Law, Former Speaker of the Colorado House of Representatives, Colorado State Director, Unite America
Wanda G. Anderson, J.D., from Regent University School of Law, Director of Corporate Affairs and Risk Management, The Navigators, Co-Pastor, Solid Rock Christian Church
Dena Samuels, PhD, tenured Assistant Professor, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, mindfulness-based diversity, equity, and inclusion, author, speaker, leadership trainer, and consultant
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