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Dr. Angela Rose Black
http://mindfulnessforthepeople.org
Greater Milwaukee Area
First, we center the wisdom, insight, and needs of Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) in mindfulness research, teaching, practice, and tech. We also facilitate racial awareness processes among white people in mindfulness research, teaching, practice, and tech. And, we bring our signature compassionate mind-body wisdom methods to the field of racial justice on university campuses and among social good organizations.
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Stephanie Kimou
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1-Tv4h-RyB2H8Ee_bKdku25T-v4-EzqiLfaRGxYcXuto/edit
DC,MD,VA area
This 1-day (5 hour) virtual workshop is intended to unpack issues of race + privilege, and how they perpetuate problematic international development norms.
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Terry McQuaid
https://www.linkedin.com/in/terry-mcquaid-b7606714/
Ontario, Canada
Senior Professional in Mental Health, Risk Management, Anti-Racism & Equity
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Racial Equity Institute
https://www.racialequityinstitute.com/our-process
Greensboro, NC
The process is designed to help leaders and organizations who want to proactively understand and address racism, both in their organization and in the community where the organization is working. The Racial Equity Institute, LLC process is just that: an 18-month to two-year process.
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Kike Ojo, Principal Consultant
https://kojoinstitute.com/
Ontario, Canada
KOJO Institute is a leading consultancy that partners with organizations to unlock their potential by navigating the challenges connected to equity, bias, diversity, inclusion anti-oppression and anti-racism.

For over 20 years, KOJO Institute has designed scalable transformation frameworks that cultivate employment equity, cultural change, education and organizational development that drive positive social and business outcomes.
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Aiko Bethea, Esq., PCC (she-her)
https://www.linkedin.com/in/aikobethea/
Washington, DC
Equity Anti-racism Consultant | Executive Coach | Attorney | Leadership Development | Operations Executive
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Frontline Solutions
http://frontlinesol.com/
Washington, DC
Helps organizations working on the front lines of change to define goals, execute plans, and evaluate impact.
We are a Black-owned consulting firm that serves the philanthropic and nonprofit sectors. We work with our clients to achieve their wildest dreams. We also build tools, models, and ventures that create far-reaching impact.
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Khalid Smith
http://blog.lessoncast.com/author/khalid-smith
Baltimore, MD
Advocate for great teachers, great teaching, anti-racism and applying the science of innovation to education.
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Kerry-Ann Douglas-Powell
https://www.linkedin.com/in/kerry-ann-douglas-powell-3771a634/
Ontario, Canada
Manager, Policy & Systems Transformation | Anti-Racism Directorate at Ontario Ministry of the Solicitor General...Leads teams that are passionate & focused towards achieving the Government of Ontario’s Commitment to building a more inclusive society, and working to identify, address and prevent systemic racism in government policy, legislation, programs and services through Anti-Racism Capacity & Competency Building.
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The Racial Equity Asset Lab (The REAL)
https://racialequityassetlab.org/
DC,MD,VA area
Facilitates trainings to educate individuals and organizations about institutionalized racism and systemic racial disparities. Dedicated to working towards a goal of the elimination of racial disparities and implementation of racially equitable practices within systems.
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National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy
https://www.ncrp.org/
Washington DC
Jeanné Lewis- VP and Chief Engagement Officer at National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy. Engages in advanced bipartisan conversations among members of
the U.S. Congress and other government leaders about the impact of racism on policy
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People's Institute for Survival & Beyond
https://www.pisab.org/
New Orleans
The People’s Institute for Survival and Beyond focuses on understanding what racism is, where it comes from, how it functions, why it persists and how it can be undone. Our workshops utilize a systemic approach that emphasizes learning from history, developing leadership, maintaining accountability to communities, creating networks, undoing internalized racial oppression and understanding the role of organizational gate keeping as a mechanism for perpetuating racism.
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Crossroads Antiracism
Organizing & Training
http://crossroadsantiracism.org/
Matteson, IL
Jessica Vazquez Torres is a proven leader with 20 years experience in antiracism, anti-oppression, and cultural competency workshop development and facilitation. Jessica, a 1.5-Generation ESL Queer Latina of Puerto Rican descent,
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The Winters Group
https://www.wintersgroup.com/
Full Time Remote- Only offering Virtual Services Right Now
We are a global diversity and inclusion consulting firm.

For over three decades, we’ve supported leaders and organizations with developing transformative, sustainable solutions for equity and inclusion. The Winters Group has partnered with hundreds of organizations to develop, execute, and measure strategies that foster inclusion and lead to breakthrough results. Our core offerings are grounded in cultural competence.

The Winters Group, Inc. is a certified Minority / Women-Owned Business Enterprise.
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Sproutly Support Services
www.sproutly.online/success
Full Time Remote- Only offering Virtual Services Right Now
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