Fostering the Roots of Cross-Racial Competence Registration March 5,6,7
The three-day "Roots" seminar has been scheduled in Duluth on March 5,6,7 from 9:30-3:30 each day.

Fostering the Roots of Cross-Racial Competence (Roots) is a 15-hour workshop that covers foundational information surrounding power, privilege and oppression. Through the in-depth analysis of race and white privilege, participants engage in personal transformation.

The Roots curriculum intentionally utilizes the vehicle of race and the system of racism while still recognizing the interconnectedness of all oppressions. Workshop outcomes are intended to provide learners with a framework for thoughtfully considering personal responsibilities in confronting discrimination of all forms.

Attendance is required for the entire 15 hours. Registration is capped at 24 participants. After the maximum is reached, your name will be put on a waiting list.

Cost: $350.00/participant

If you have any questions, please contact Kevin Skwira-Brown (

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Each session day is from 9:30 am - 3:30 pm. You will receive an email with logistical information closer to the session. Every day, there is a one hour break for lunch on your own. On day one it is from 12:30-1:30. Day two and three it is from approximately noon-1:00.
Please note that attendance is required for all 15 hours of the workshop
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