On November 17, Enterprise Bank, in partnership with community partners Greater Lowell Community Foundation, Lowell Development & Financial Corporation, Greater Lowell Chamber of Commerce, The Lowell Plan, Lawrence Partnership, Essex Community Foundation, Non-Profit Alliance of Greater Lowell, and The Theodore Edson Parker Foundation, will present the second event in The Series on Racial Equity and Inclusion. Titled “Part II, How to Cultivate an Inclusion Mindset,” the virtual event will be led by speaker Kisha Dixon of The Training Associates.
Topics for “Part II, How to Cultivate an Inclusion Mindset” will include:
- Explore how our circle of influence informs unconscious racial and cultural bias
- Understand the relationship between bias and racism—how does it grow?
- Explore how choosing language of empathy and inclusion can change the way see things—and how others respond
- Discover simple things you can do confront your own unconscious bias through learning and exposure to racial and cultural experiences different from your own
Click for more information and registration for the November 17 event “Part II, How to Cultivate an Inclusion Mindset.”
The series was designed with the goal to create a safe space to promote constructive engagement and broaden our perspectives. The first virtual event, “Part I, Exploration and Awareness,” was held on September 29 and led by speaker Deo Mwano and attended by more than 200 community members and business leaders. A recording of the event “Part I, Exploration and Awareness,” is available on our Inclusion Council page.