Category: Events Archive

August 23 – Courageous Conversation – Critical Race Theory (CRT) – What is it?  Where is it? Why is it being attacked? How can we combat misinformation?

 Our Courageous Conversations topic for this month is: Critical Race Theory (CRT) – What is it?  Where is it? Why is it being attacked? How can we combat misinformation? Legislation banning the teaching of Critical Race Theory (CRT) has been introduced in Wisconsin (and other places).  We will talk about how CRT has become a lightning […]

OCTOBER 12 – Conference on Mental Health, Janesville

Ian Hedges invited you to Southern Wisconsin Conference on Mental Health 2021 Let Ian know if you can make it. Tell him you’re going Southern Wisconsin Conference on Mental Health 2021 REGISTER HERE: https://healthnet-rock.org/events/ HealthNet is thrilled to be hosting the 5th annual Southern Wisconsin Conference on Mental Health! Come join HealthNet, Michelle Williams, and various mental health […]

AUGUST 23 – Bridging the Gap of Communication for our Brown Community (African American, Mexican, Hispanic, Latino(a), Middle Eastern) and the Beloit Police Department

My name is Lexi Payton and I am the organizer of the Beloit Brown Community Liaison. We are a group dedicated to bridging the gap of communication for our Brown community (African American, Mexican, Hispanic, Latino(a), Middle Eastern) and the Beloit Police Department. I started this group in honor of my cousin Chelsey Payton who […]

JULY 26 – Courageous Conversations: “Red Summer: Race massacres in America”

MUST REGISTER HERE https://fb.watch/v/1rmYZ8_xP/ Join us along with Community Action, Inc. and the Diversity Action Team of Rock County for our next Courageous Conversations: “Red Summer: Race massacres in America” on Monday, July 26th at 5:30pm. In 1919, there was a pandemic of violence against Black Americans known as Red Summer – today we might […]

Courageous Conversations – Monday, May 24, 5:30 pm-7:30 pm, via Zoom

This month’s Courageous Conversation will be: Exploring Black Fatherhood. Description: Where do the stereotypes of absent black fathers come from? It’s important to recognize that stereotypes are socially and culturally constructed and reinforced through systems, culture, etc. While these stereotypes manifest to place negative assumptions on Black fathers and their fatherhood, we will hear from Black fathers who celebrate, enjoy, […]

May 24. Courageous Conversations – Black Maternal Health – The risks of becoming a mother

Monday, May 24, 5:30 pm-7:30 pm, via Zoom – Monthly Courageous Conversations This month’s Courageous Conversation will be: Black Maternal Health – The risks of becoming a mother We will explore the disparities in health outcomes for black mothers and their babies in the U.S. and ask what part systemic racism plays. An unmoderated 30 minutes will […]