21-Day Racial Equity Challenge with United Way of the Central Carolinas
January 29, 2021
Join Heart Tutoring and thousands of people across the Charlotte region in the 21-Day Racial Equity Challenge with The United Way of Central Carolinas! This is a powerful opportunity for shared learning and growth that invites people in the Charlotte region to develop a deeper understanding of how inequity and racism affect our lives and our community.
About the Challenge
- FREE to participate!
- Receive an email every weekday January 18–February 15 highlighting a different topic with links to recommended articles, videos, podcasts and more.
- Topics include racial identity, intersectionality, housing affordability and homelessness, race and health, legal system inequity, allyship and more.
At Heart Tutoring
- We will participate in the challenge with staff, volunteers, families & the community
- Participate in the United Way 21-Day Racial Equity Challenge Town Hall Event
- Host our own follow-up discussion to unpack all we have learned!
Learn More & Sign-up – It’s Not Too Late!
Visit: https://www.uwccequitychallenge.org/ for the 21-day self-guided learning journey!
Click here to RSVP for Heart Tutoring’s virtual follow-up conversation!
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