Advancing Racial Justice in the Workplace: Navigating Challenges and Embracing Systemic Change

Based on her latest book, Racial Justice at Work: Practical Solutions for Systemic Change, University of Rochester Trustee Mary-Frances Winters ’73, ’82S (MBA) will explore pivotal themes driving discourse on diversity, equity, and inclusion.

As we mark the third year that Juneteenth has been a federal holiday, it is more important than ever to address the current social-political climate with justice-centered approaches. Traditional DEI approaches come with inherent limitations, often failing to effectively tackle the necessity for deeper systemic change.

Join Winters as she explores how organizations and leaders can sustain their commitment to repairing harm and actualizing equity for all. This event will be moderated by Adrienne Morgan ’13W (PHD), vice president for equity and inclusion and Richard Feldman Chief Diversity Officer.

While this event is complimentary, advance registration is required. If you have a question you would like to share with our speaker in advance, please include it on your form when you register. She will answer as many questions as time allows.

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