The Next Conversation on Race and Culture (Cleveland) - Made to Flourish
Many of us have already heard the data on white privilege and systems of advantage based on race -- so now what? This workshop is a challenge for those who are ready to take the next steps (or first steps) toward authentic equity and inclusion in the places we live, work, and play. In partnership with Malone University, who is sponsoring social work CEUs, upon request. Contact Annie St. John ( to RSVP for Social Work CEUs. Facilitated by Dr. Leroy Barber -- Co-Founder and Executive Director of The Voices Project, Director of Innovation for the UMC. 25 years of experience healing racism, addressing poverty, homelessness, restoring local neighborhoods, and living what Dr. King called "the beloved community." Please email for more information. Registration begins in December.