An Invitation to a Training on Structural Racism and Inequity 1/22




Dear Friend,

We want to invite you to an important workshop on structural racism on Friday, January 22.

The Center for Social Inclusion (, one of the leading racial equity and social justice think tanks in the US, will lead the workshop. 

Our goal is to strengthen the analysis of a diverse group of leaders about how inequality has influenced policy decisions for decades.

Individual bias is harmful to our society, but structural bias written into our laws and policies is having a profound impact on who has a fair chance to succeed in our society, and who has to jump extra hurdles to seize opportunities.


The workshop will present specific examples, as well as solutions for creating a more fair, inclusive and just community.

The training runs from 5 to 9pm in Little Rock (Location TBA). We will start with dinner at 5 and the workshop will start at 6pm.

The workshop is free, but please register here (

We look forward to working with you for a stronger Arkansas for all!


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The Arkansas Citizens First Congress is a  grassroots coalition of 54 community groups from across Arkansas that works on progressive reform at the Arkansas Legislature.

The Ten Priorities for A Better Arkansas:

Opportunities to learn for all students

A sound state budget, fair taxes and Reauthorize the Private Option Health Insurance

The Clean Air & Clean Energy Initiative for Arkansas' Economic Future

Arkansas State Water Plan

Oppose state-level or punitive immigration reform

Prison Reform & Judicial Equality for Mental Health

Fair Election Reform

Worker fairness and safety

Create an Arkansas Civil & Human Rights Commission

Reform eminent domain to protect citizens

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