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Power & Privilege

Have you been wondering how we keep racial equity at the forefront as we make our way through COVID-19 and beyond? This interactive session will use recent headlines and scenarios to draw out racial equity principles, generate concrete ideas of how to use these principles, and invite participants to embed them into their own practice. This session is invite-only and will be capped at 30 participants.

Tuyet M. Le is an independent consultant for nonprofits and government. Previously, Ms. Le served as executive director of Asian Americans Advancing Justice | Chicago for over 18 years. Advancing Justice | Chicago is a pan-Asian, nonprofit organization that builds power through collective advocacy and organizing to achieve racial equity. She serves on the boards of nonprofits and organizations addressing a wide range of issues. She has been a panelist, keynote, and rally speaker on numerous issues, including immigration, disability rights, census, redistricting, and political empowerment.



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