In the interest of health and safety during the COVID-19 pandemic, the NART conference will be held virtually this year. While we will miss seeing our friends and colleagues in person, the speakers and participants will connect online to continue the good work against racism.
Registration for the General Conference is now closed. For more information, please contact, Colleen Carter, Vice President of External Relations at [email protected]Schedule of Events
We hope you can join us for this important opportunity, to listen, learn, and grow.
Registration for the Teen Experience is now closed. For more information, please contact, Colleen Carter, Vice President of External Relations at [email protected]
Anti-racism requires a clear understanding of historical racism and white supremacy. It is crucial to see this history not as separate, but as a foundational element of American history.
Racism is the norm. Racism and white supremacy exist today and all members of this society are active participants in it. No exceptions. Owning this truth, and recognizing the presence of racism in ways that may be easy to overlook is crucial.
Anti-racism is our responsibility. The work of anti-racism, based in the knowledge of our past and the recognition of our present, requires intentional, deliberate action. We must challenge, check, and change our equity systems and structures for equity every day, and this requires a life-long commitment. It is the work to actively engage in dismantling systems of racism and white supremacy.
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