You are invited to be part of a very special CUPA-HR 21-Day Racial 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.
The nation — including our students, faculty and staff — is talking about race and the systems that perpetuate racial inequalities, inequities and injustice, as well as the heavy toll those systems have taken on the Black community. It’s critically important that we continue our efforts to move from talk to action on college and university campuses across the country. Creating effective social justice habits is one important way that we can work together to learn and address these incredible challenges.
The 21-day challenge is ideally suited to individuals and small groups. We hope that you will invite others from your campus to register for the challenge!
The 21st day of the challenge will be Monday, August 31. On this day, participants will receive their final readings for the challenge and a call to action. At the end of the program, the readings, videos, discussion prompts and archived town halls will be available to all CUPA-HR members for self-paced and small group interactions throughout the year.
The 21-Day Racial Equity Habit Building Challenge is open to CUPA-HR members only. (All employees at member institutions are considered members of CUPA-HR. Those not already on your institution's membership roster can add themselves. The process is quick and easy!)
Participation is free, but you must register to participate.
We look forward to being part of this journey with you!
CUPA-HR Learning Framework Competencies