Showing Up for Social Justice: Action & Accountability (Edison) ONLINE
Adult Enrichment / Academic -
Adult Enrichment Fall 2021
It is impossible to ignore the current injustices in our neighborhoods, cities, and nation. Are you familiar with racial justice history and terminology, but are struggling to figure out what you can do to support change? Join us as we discuss our role as community members in the quest for justice and develop an antiracism living practice.
Together, we will:
--Analyze in what ways we contribute to upholding unjust social hierarchies
--Identify a stance grounded in your values, beliefs, and longings for the world
--Develop a personalized action and accountability plan for antiracism living practice
Kristell Caballero Saucedo
Social Justice Instructor
Kristell Caballero Saucedo serves as the Program Officer for the Racial Equity Initiatives at Borealis Philanthropy. Her work is committed to social justice work that puts race with an intersectional analysis at its nexus. Through her coaching practice at Living Change, Kristell supports individuals in the social sector committed to practicing antiracism. She received a Change Management certification from Cornell University. Recently, she participated in the Hispanics in Philanthropy Leadership Fellows Program. Kristell served as a grantmaker for the Community Innovation program at the Bush Foundation during her Ron McKinley Philanthropy Fellowship. She has worked as a consultant to foundations and nonprofits on racial equity and community-led work. First as a New Sector Alliance Fellow, and later as the Racial Equity Project Manager at Northside Funders Group she led and curated a racial equity toolkit and learning curriculum for grantmakers. As a Fulbright Scholar in Mexico, Kristell focused her research on Afro-Mexican rights. She spent a year working on anti-racist non-formal education at Phiren Amenca, an International Roma Rights organization based in Hungary. Kristell holds a B.A. in Political Science and Spanish from St. Olaf College.