Whites Confronting Racism Intensive Training Application Form
The Eastern Pennsylvania Conference is committed to dismantling racism. An intensive program to train 18 white (European American) young, clergy leaders to enhance the anti-racism work in the EPC is proposed. Highly committed clergy who are willing to be part of this leadership group are encouraged to apply. Participants must commit to the ongoing work of seeking racial justice in all aspects of their lives and to influencing others to do the same
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Did you read the expanded program description and understand the premise and purpose of the program? *
I am available and committed to attending all of the workshop sessions: Session 1 - March 12, 13, 14 Session 2 - July 9, 10, 11 Session 3 - September 24, 25, 26 Each session will begin at 10:00am and end at 4:30pm. *
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Will you complete readings and assignments between each workshop, and be part of a triad support group that will meet at least once a month. *
We you attend periodic evening sessions (2 hours) between workshops. *
All sessions will be held at Albright College, Reading, PA. Indicate if you will commute or need overnight housing. *
On a scale of 1 to 10 rate your level of experience with confronting racism. *
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Why do you want to do this work and participate in this training? *
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What previous education and experience do you have with anti-racism work? *
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A key criteria for acceptance into this cohort is your willingness and agreement to be an active influencer of other white people in your congregation and other spheres of influence. Is this a commitment you are willing to make? *
Clergy with 20 years or more of service remaining are encouraged to apply to ensure long-term impact. If your time of service remaining is less than 20 years, please share how you are in a position to influence young leaders to carry on the legacy of confronting racism.
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