AARON ROSS GREEN SR., LLC

ANTIRACISM

Anti-racism is the active process of identifying and eliminating

racism by changing systems, organizational structures, policies and

practices and attitudes so that power is distributed and shared equitably”

- NAC International Perspectives: Women and Global Solidarity

We all must become antiracist practitioners and join the fight against racism.

ARGSr., LLC is a firm dedicated to elevating the antiracist footprint of organizations worldwide. Part of that work includes taking an honest inventory (or assessment) of our true commitment to reimagining systems where everyone thrives.

We offer a suite of antiracist trainings, consultation, and coaching for senior leadership and workforce development, through a series of webinars, workshops, focus groups, small and large conversations, and dialogue. The information below provides a snapshot of the types of services we provide.  Aaron has facilitated, trained, and coached hundreds of executives, leaders, practitioners, students, interns, and community members on how to become antiracist in their personal and professional journeys. 

 

To inquire on rates, and how to book us, please send inquiries to info@aaronrossgreen.com

 

VIRTUAL WORKSHOPS +

ANTIRACIST TRAININGS

 

THE COLOR LINE VIRTUAL WORKSHOP

(***MOST POPULAR***)

 

The Color Line Workshop reimagines human connection through an anti-racist framework when working with Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC). By taking a culturally conscious, family-centered and community-based approach, individuals that attend this training will enhance their capacity to meet families where they are — implementing valuable techniques and strategies when engaging clients.  

 

This workshop specifically focuses on 3 Core Competencies, examines unconscious and hidden bias, the importance of storytelling, and practical skills to appropriately identify and apply culturally responsive strategies, techniques and real-life tools to implement into partnering with families at the individual and community level. The Color Line Seminar Topics and Core Competencies:

 

1. Foundational: Race, Racism & Connecting with Cultural Identity

 

2. A New Narrative: Storytelling and Debiasing Strategies

 

3. Rediscovery and Implementation: Integrating culturally conscious, familial and communal well-being into Social Work Practice

 

(*Participants will receive 2 hours of training (CE), and a digital certificate of completion after the session)

The Color Line Virtual Workshop (Part I)

 

BEYOND THE COLOR LINE VIRTUAL WORKSHOP

 

Beyond The Color Line Workshop takes a deeper dive into practical and real-world reconciliation and healing strategies while working with Black, Indigenous, People of Color. Taking anti-racism work to the next level, social work practitioners from across a variety of fields will look at individual and systems theory of behavior change that is meaningful and operational.

 

The intended audience for this 102 training includes government, non-government, grassroots organizations, community members, colleges/universities, and care service areas dedicated to meeting the needs of children, youth, families, and communities of color. Building upon The Color Line Workshop principles, attendees will focus on 3 additional core competencies through a Critical Race Theory (CRT) lens. With an emphasis on diversity and inclusive values and ethics, attendees will be immersed in social justice language and practical steps to achieve racial and social equity. Beyond The Color Line Virtual Workshop covers the following topics and modules:

 

1. THEY Don’t Really Care About Us: Addressing Systemic Racism and White Supremacist Culture

 

2. The Four Stages of Reconciliation with Black, Indigenous People of Color

 

3. How to Heal Oppression and Marginalization: Rebuilding trust with Children, Youth, Families and Communities of Color

 

By the end of this training, attendees will be challenged to consider their commitment to reconciliation, healing, and improving outcomes of BIPOC communities by creating an individual and collective impact equity plan.

 

Audience: Social work practitioners, county child welfare agencies, community organizations, students, colleges and universities

 

(*Participants will receive 3 hours of training (CE), and a digital certificate of completion after the session)

Beyond The Color Line Virtual Workshop

 

THE COMPLETE COLOR LINE EXPERIENCE

 

Get the full Color Line Virtual Workshop experience with Part I + II (The Color Line + Beyond The Color Line). Participants will receive a copy of the power point presentation and Color Line Curriculum and Resource Guide. Reimagine how to effectively disrupt systems of oppression, and cultivate practical changes in behavior (in thought and action), while working with Black, Indigenous, People of Color.

 

1. Foundational: Race, Racism & Connecting with Cultural Identity

 

2. A New Narrative: Storytelling and Debiasing Strategies

 

3. Rediscovery and Implementation: Integrating culturally conscious, familial and communal well-being into Social Work Practice

 

4. THEY Don’t Really Care About Us: Addressing Systemic Racism and White Supremacist Culture

 

5. The Four Stages of Reconciliation with Black, Indigenous People of Color

 

6. How to Heal Oppression and Marginalization: Rebuilding trust with Children, Youth, Families and Communities of Color

 

(*Participants will receive 5 hours of training (CE), and a digital certificate of completion after the session)

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