ICPJ Events

Families Belong Together Rally

June 30, 11am–The executive order that Donald Trump signed last week is not a solution to the crisis created by his administration; it keeps kids imprisoned indefinitely, and doesn’t reunite thousands of separated families. But it does show the administration is reacting to public pressure, so we will continue to increase our pressure for justice at hundreds of events on Saturday, June 30, to say that families belong together—and free. Where: The Diag, Ann Arbor, MI 48109. Co-Sponsored by WICIR: Washtenaw Interfaith Coalition for Immigrant Rights and the Interfaith Council for Peace and Justice. Details: Visit the event page or Facebook event.

Anti Racism 101: How Structural Racism Works

Sunday, July 22, 2pm—Join award-winning storyteller and anti-racist educator La’Ron Williams for a film showing and structured discussion to help participants gain a basic understanding of certain key concepts critical to anti-racism practice. In July’s selection Dr.Tricia Rose, is professor of Africana studies and director of the Center for the Study of Race and Ethnicity in America (CSREA), at Brown University,  speak on “How Structural Racism Works,” — what it is, and how it shows up in our everyday lives. By using specific examples, stories, and overwhelming evidence, Dr. Rose explores how to transform a condition of relative public indifference into one of concern and commitment to undoing chronic and widespread racial disparities.  Location: Ypsilanti Library, Whittaker Road Branch of the at 5577 Whittaker Rd. Free and open to the public. Sponsored by Interfaith Council for Peace and Justice and the Ypsilanti District Library.

Mindfulness and Compassion Workshop

Sunday, July 29,  1:00 PM – 4:30 PM – This 3.5 hour workshop will offer an introduction to mindfulness and compassion practices. Through experiential activities, discussion and reflection, participants will discover how mindfulness relates to compassion for self and others. Participants will be guided in specific practices that they can use in daily life to cultivate greater equanimity and wellbeing. This workshop is targeted for individuals who are new to mindfulness. Handouts will be provided as well as access to audio recordings of workshop practices. Workshop led by Mindful City Ann Arbor’s Rita Benn and Julie Woodward Location: Zion Lutheran Church, 1501 West Liberty St, Ann Arbor   Register: HERE. For more information about scheduling a workshop for your community contact [email protected] or call 734-663-1870

Bystander Intervention Training for Trainers

Saturday, September 29, 9 am – 5 pm – Do you have experience teaching or training?  Would you like to use your skills to help people learn to intervene when they see harassment, discrimination or prejudice?  ICPJ is offering Bystander Intervention Training for Trainers on Saturday, September 29, 2018 (location to be announced).  Following the training, you will have the opportunity to work toward ICPJ trainer certification by presenting with experienced trainers, and to be paid as a trainer.

To apply for Bystander Intervention Training for Trainers, please complete the application.  The fee for this training is $100.  Please note: you must have attended a Bystander Intervention Training to attend the Training for Trainers program.  Also, you will need several hours of preparation time prior to the September 29 training.  You will be notified of your acceptance for the Training for Trainers program no later than August 1.

 

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