The Judicial Division is proud to announce our 21-Day Racial Equity Habit Building Challenge ©. The Challenge invites members to complete a syllabus of short, daily assignments (typically taking 15-30 minutes), that include readings, videos, and more. The 21-Day Challenge concept was conceived several years ago by Eddie Moore, Jr. to advance deeper understandings of the intersections of race, power, privilege, supremacy and oppression. We are grateful to him for publicly sharing and encouraging others to use this concept as an educational tool.
We will pursue the Challenge over the month of September and look forward to spending the month engaging ourselves and our fellow JD members in learning and advancing in our quests for justice. We will follow the syllabus below, that has been adapted from the ABA Section of Labor & Employment Law’s challenge earlier this summer.
We invite you to join us every other week in September for a discussion of the readings that will help us engage in diversity and equality work and bring what we are learning more deeply into our work and our lives. These discussions will be approximately one hour, though we encourage you to attend for even a small portion if you can.
The Challenge is voluntary, and participation in the Challenge shall not be construed as agreement with every word of every assignment nor a commitment by any person to a particular professional position or strategy. While it is not the intention of the Challenge to cause offense, some participants may be offended by some language used in the lessons. There is no requirement to complete the assignments to participate and participants can opt-out at any point.
If you plan to participate in the Challenge, you can use this form to sign-up. We will not be posting names of participants without your permission, but we would like to maintain a count of participants.
21-Day Racial Equity Habit-Building Challenge is the registered copyright of America & Moore, LLC. 2014.