"Diversity Playbook" (November Race Relations Webinar)
October 19, 2021
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You’re invited to a virtual learning event on Thursday, November 4 at 12:00 pm (Eastern). This is a Free Webinar hosted by the CRC Office of Diversity, the CRC Office of Race Relations, and the Antioch Podcast.
In this discussion, we’ll speak with author Dr. Michelle Loyd-Paige about the topic of her recent book:
“Diversity Playbook: Recommendations and Guidance for Christian Organizations”
The timely book (co-authored with Rev. Michelle D. Williams), builds on years of experience in Christian higher education and shares some pitfalls to avoid and plans that can extend God’s ministry of reconciliation to everyone. The Diversity Playbook can equip leaders and serve as a roadmap for organizations to become better at changing hearts and broadening minds.
Following this webinar, we trust you’ll walk away knowing:
Important need of self-care for the Diversity professional
What beneficial and supportive diversity work looks like for an Organization
A new model for doing diversity work
Click here to register for this FREE webinar and please share the link with any interested colleagues you know.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Rev. Michelle Loyd-Paige, PhD, is the Executive Associate to the President for Diversity and Inclusion (EAPDI) and holds an appointment of Professor of Sociology at Calvin University. Her passion is helping individuals and organizations become more culturally competent. Michelle is a certified Cultural Intelligence (CQ) and Intercultural Development Inventory (IDI) administrator.
Pre-order a copy of her book
ABOUT THE MODERATOR
Rev. Reggie Smith serves as the Director for the CRC Office of Diversity. He served as Director of the Offices of Race Relations and Social Justice from 2016 to 2020, and was pastor of Roosevelt Park CRC in Grand Rapids (Mich.) from 1994 to 2015.
Join us online Thursday, November 4, 2021 from 12:00 to 1:15 pm (Eastern)
* Note: This is a registered event (a unique Zoom link will be sent to you before the event)
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