January 2021 | 21 Day Equity Challenge Registration
Thank you for your interest in joining the United Way of Northeast Michigan’s 21-Day Equity Challenge – please fill out this form to be included in the
The recent release of the ALICE and Black Households Data illustrates the inequities that are deeply rooted in our national, state, and local systems and institutions. Over the 21-Day Challenge, you will take a self-guided learning journey that examines the history and impacts of racism and how it shapes people’s lived experiences in Northeast Michigan.
The Challenge is simple: you (along with your friends, family, fellow workers and neighbors in Northeast Michigan) commit to deepening your understanding of, and willingness to confront racism for twenty-one consecutive days. The Challenge will raise your awareness, change your understanding, and shift the way you behave.
This Challenge was originally developed by Eddie Moore, Jr., Dr. Marguerite Penick-Parks and Debby Irving and has been adapted by Food Solutions New England. The Michigan Association of United Ways has committed to adapt the challenge with the support of leaders across our Michigan United Way network. A special thank you to the United Way of Washtenaw County for their leadership and guidance.
The Challenge begins on January 22, 2021. Emails will be sent Monday through Friday and participants are encouraged to use the weekends to explore more of the resources provided and reflect on the thoughts and ideas presented.
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