Sponsored by TIAA, Segal, Fidelity Investments, PageUp, PeopleAdminYou are invited to be part of our next CUPA-HR 21-Day Equity Habit Building Challenge for higher education leaders. The concept of the 21-day challenge was introduced several years ago by diversity expert Eddie Moore, Jr. to create greater understanding of the intersections of race, power, privilege, supremacy, oppression and equity.
This challenge, first shared in June 2021, focuses on women and the LGBTQ+ community, providing an opportunity to learn about the barriers and experiences affecting each group and to identify clear actions you and your institution can take to make your workplace and campus community more inclusive.
Join us as we work to create effective habits in support of social justice by immersing ourselves in a daily exploration of inequity, injustice and what we can do to implement real change. Although we encourage you to take the previous 21-day challenges, also available on demand, it is not a prerequisite for participating in this one.
This 21-day challenge is ideally suited to individuals and small groups. It is divided into four weeks with different themes, resources and discussion questions. To make the most of the challenge, cultivate a habit of doing a little each day.
On the 21st business day of the challenge, participants review practices for continuing their equity habit.
Participation is free and self-paced. When you register, you'll receive a confirmation email containing the information you need to access challenge resources. Taking the challenge as a group? Please have each individual register separately so each individual will receive the confirmation email.
21-Day Challenges are open to CUPA-HR members only. All employees at member organizations are considered members of CUPA-HR and only need a CUPA-HR web account linked to their organization to register for the challenge.
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The password can be found in your weekly challenge email from CUPA-HR.
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