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Session 3: DEEP/DEC Race, Power & Privilege Workshop Series

This Session. Organizations volunteer to present their ideas for building trust and adding value to partnerships to the group. Black & brown nonprofit representatives from session one and/or new leaders (who will be compensated) again serve as panelists to offer feedback and facilitated discussion. What value does the idea bring to black and brown communities and partners? How can that value be deepened? What trust building needs to occur first? What role does deep reflection and revealing play in this plan?

– Walk away with starting point for changing behavior, sharing power
– How do we begin, deepen or change to a partnership built on trust
– Conversation tools – checklist of topics to build a strong partnership

Overview. The DEEP/DEC workshop series on Race, Power, and Partnership. supported by Nicholas School of the Environment at DukeBurt’s Bees, and the Triangle Community Foundation met for it’s first session of the Fall workshop series on September 20, 2022 at the Forest History Society.

Shemecka McNeil from SLICE365 is served as a co-organizer (and panelist and providing food!) along with L.A. David-Durante, Rickie White with Ellerbe Creek Watershed Association, Marcia Mandel with New Hope Audubon, Nicolette Cagle from the Nicholas School of the Environment, Tania Dautlick and Princess Musafa from Keep Durham BeautifulMargaret Sands from the Triangle Land Conservancy and Sarah Guidi from Triangle Community Foundation.
Thanks to CJ Broderick at The Equity Paradigm for facilitating!

Thank you to everyone who is here including the Duke Forest team with Sara DiBacco Childs and Sarah P. Duke Gardens team and Michelle Louise Jones and more.

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