Racial Justice and Equity Program and Training

UWM’s Racial Justice and Equity Program is a five-module professional development opportunity for employees to learn and reflect about the negative impact of racial injustice throughout U.S. history and how race shapes our society today. These modules provide information to help individuals understand the influence of implicit racial biases on our behavior, and they recommend practical actions we can take to combat racism and foster inclusion and belonging for all. Because this training is crucial for all UWM employees, Chancellor Mone and his extended cabinet members went through it in December 2020.

The program consists of the following components:

UWM Commitment Messages from Chancellor Mark Mone and Vice Chancellor Joan Prince

Program Introduction

Module 1: Self-Assessment
Module 2: History of Race
Module 3: Power and Privilege
Module 4: The Power of Implicit (Unconscious) Bias
Module 5: Allyship Fundamentals and Leadership Actions to Foster Belonging

For additional information on what this training entails, please see the following webpage:

https://uwm.edu/global-inclusion/racial-justice/




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