Conversations with Dr. Tony: What Can Organizations Do To Improve Anti-Racist and Anti-Oppressive Practices?
When: Thursday, October 22 - 2:00 PM
Duration: 45 minutes
We have reached a pivotal moment with regards to race and oppression in this country. Behavioral health organizations face a number of challenges when it comes to building and sustaining equitable and socially just programs and practices. Most importantly, organizations are learning how to become more anti-oppressive and anti-racist.
In this "Conversations with Dr. Tony," we will speak with Dr. Linda Lausell-Bryant, Clinical Associate Professor at the NYU Silver School of Social Work about how to improve anti-racist and anti-oppressive practices in organizations. This 45-minute conversation is also designed to invite attendees to ask questions as well as share what their organizations have done to implement anti-oppressive and anti-racist practices.
Please join our conversation with Dr. Lausell-Bryant, a distinguished scholar in the fields of organizational leadership, diversity, and inclusion, to learn about an organizational approach to anti-oppressive and anti-racist practices.