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A series of three facilitated discussions focusing on understanding diversity, equity and inclusion [DEI] in relation to personal + professional development. This series is meant to build upon each session. In addition, due to the nature of each session, attendance will be limited and preference will be given to those who have attended the event prior.
In part two, Building Bridges will lead us through a discussion focused on defining privilege and oppression, intersectionality and challenging participants to reflect on their own identities.
Event capacity: 50 - there will be a waitlist if this event hits its capacity.
This session will be recorded.
NOTE: In order to attend this event we are request that you have attended or watch the recording of the first event. If you were not in attendance, please reach out to EBECC to watch the recording. We've requested this so that we can have a thoughtful conversation based off what we learned.
Equity in the Built-Environment: A Colorado Coalition (EBECC) is a grassroots coalition formed by individuals and supportive organizations who believe in the importance of inclusivity within the Built Environment industry (i.e. construction, design, architecture, real estate, etc.). Rising to action after the events of 2020 and the Black Lives Matter movement, EBECC aims to collaborate and bring conversations to those wishing to address and affect diversity, equity and inclusivity within their own company, or on a larger scale, through informative events, thoughtful discussions and community outreach.
Founded as a community non-profit in 1994, Building Bridges focuses on positive transformation by building empathy and individual empowerment to help others to seek equal justice and positive change in their communities. Not only do they offer educational series for professionals, but for young leaders as well looking to take steps forwards on confidently impacting the world around them.