The “Anti-Racism as Organizational Compass” Dialogue Series is a series of intimate conversations with six BIPOC-led arts organizations that center anti-racism in organizational mission and practice. As transparent co-learners, the Guild will provide an opening framework for the interview series by sharing its own history, and, in closing, will reflect on its own anti-racism work and lessons learned. After each dialogue that you attend, you will be invited to a follow-up reflection session the next day to process, share personal insights, and think through the changes you wish to activate within your own practice or organization. 

The series will take place from October 19, 2020—February 22, 2021, and is open to all. You can register for the series as a whole, or for individual dialogues. 

We are using a privilege-based sliding scale pricing model that includes a “pay what you can” and a “solidarity donation” option. Cost should never be a barrier to these crucial conversations—therefore, we honor whatever financial exchange feels comfortable and meaningful to you.

Real-time ASL interpretation and closed captioning will be provided by Pro Bono ASL for all dialogue webinars. The Guild will provide ASL interpretation and/or closed captioning by request for the follow-up reflection sessions.

Facilitators and presenters will verbally describe what is on screen and state their name before speaking.

Please contact lissettemartinez@nationalguild.org at least 1 week in advance if you might require additional accommodations, or have questions or feedback about accessibility. We are happy to welcome you!

General questions? Contact programs@nationalguild.org