Advancing Racial Justice in Our Communities: Organizing Together for Racial Justice

John H. Jackson, Ed.D., J.D. presents "Advancing Racial Justice in Our Communities: Organizing Together for Racial Justice Online Lecture", which explores current issues on racism, particularly in the wake of increased violence, police use of force, and unrest on college campuses. Jackson speaks on the need to address shifting the thought from "achievement gap" to "opportunity gap" when explaining the differences in accomplishment along racial, ethnic, and gender lines.

Course objectives:

  • How bias and prejudice develop, and how they become structured into institutions and systems.
  • How stereotypes inform our implicit biases and how implicit bias impacts our interactions.
  • Explore norms and learn strategies for having open and honest conversations about the content.

Steps to complete this course:

  1. Listen to the course presentation
  2. Complete the post-test and evaluation quiz
  3. Pay for the course: The cost of the lecture with CE is $20. Payment may be submitted before or after listening to the lecture. The lecture is open to all licensed social work practitioners and is worth 2 Continuing Education Clock Hours. Please use your computer, (not a phone), to pay. Click here to pay for this course.

Pending a passing test score and payment in full, a CE certificate will be e-mailed to you within 7 to 10 business days.

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If you pay for this course before completing it, you will have up to 60 days after payment to complete this course. After that, no refunds will be issued. Visit our Contact Page for more information in regards to payments.

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