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Is Your Organization Truly Racially Equitable

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Alicia Sojourner

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Is Your Organization Truly Racially Equitable
Alicia Sojourner / YWCA of Minneapolis
What
IS
an equitable organization?

Assessing my organization

Steps to Strategic Planning

Lessons learned from other organizations
Plan of action...
What IS an equitable organization?
Assessing
my
organization
Steps to
Strategic
Planning
Level 1:

Monocultural Organizations
Level 2:
Non-Discriminating
Organizations
Level 3:
Equity Organization
Stage 1:
The Exclusionary
Organization
Stage 2:
The Club

Stage 3:
Compliance
Stage 4:
Affirmative Action Organization
Stage 5:
Redefining
Organization
Small Groups:

Where IS my
organization at?
Phase 1:
Assess the Current
Dynamics
Phase 2:

Identify Gaps
and Priorities
Phase 3:

Develop a
Strategic Plan
Phase 4:

Implementation
Phase 5:
Evaluation
Lessons learned
from other
organizations
Pay attention to acknowledging and
building upon the organization’s
history with cultural competence.
Balance the internal development and work of the team with the need to engage the whole staff
and maintain transparency and momentum.
Acknowledge that individuals will have different reactions and different levels of receptivity to the process.
Don’t let resisters set the pace for
the process.
Hard & Courageous conversations offer
opportunities for learning and growth.
Questions/Thoughts
Alicia Sojourner
YWCA of Minneapolis
asojourner@ywcampls.org
Stage 6:
Equity
Organization
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