How do we interact across difference in a way that promotes diversity, inclusion and equity in our congregations that builds deep relationship and an inviting congregational culture? In the on-demand webinar Co-Creating Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity in our Congregations, intercultural organizational development Consultant Beth Zemsky shares how we can use a tool called the Intercultural Development Continuum as part of faith development in our congregations.
Unitarian Universalists can use these training materials as an individual or group format. The online modules designed for groups to explore together, online via Zoom or in-person. Can be a multi-session workshop (up to six) or a one-day workshop.
This model is based in the Intercultural Development Continuum which supports UU anti-racism efforts, but does not always emphasize an anti-racist power analysis. Share this video from Rev. Julica Hermann DeLaFuente as a supplement to brings together the IDC and anti-racist power analysis.
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