Center for Health Equity Practice
These dialogue-based sessions are led by trained co-facilitators and seek to illuminate racism, classism, and other types of oppression as root causes of health inequity. The workshop consists of two consecutive days followed by a third day 1 – 2 weeks later. Over the course of the three days, participants:
The workshop employs each of the following as catalysts for dialogue:
In facilitating dialogue on subjects that may be uncomfortable for some participants, workshop leaders take great pains to ensure that 1) the point-of-view of the workshop is transparent from the outset, and that 2) disagreement with that point-of-view is welcomed and encouraged as part of the process of coming to terms with cultural forces that normally discourage a frank discussion of racism, other types of oppression, and their impact on the public’s health.
The workshop cohort must be a minimum of 15 people and a maximum size of 25.
For more information about our Health Equity and Social Justice Workshop please email: firstname.lastname@example.org