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A webinar made just in time for 2021 to the benefit of all volunteers and community members seeking to be a better neighbor and advocate in the work of social justice and equity.
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About the webinar: The global pandemic of 2020 highlighted the glaring inequalities that exist between those that have and those that have not. In this webinar presented by Charles Curtis that was recorded live as part of the 2021 MLK Day of Service, we share volunteer tips on how to best advocate for those in our community and bridge the gap between those we serve and those who serve. We encourage all volunteers of every experience level to watch and consider the role we each play in supporting equitable outcomes.
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Further your learning: Extended Social Justice Resource Guide* (view on Google Sheets)
This document includes a variety of resources to further your learning, which were selected by the staff members and Board of Volunteer New York!.
*Please note that some content that is linked and accessible through this resource guide may be inappropriate for children and sensitive audiences and should be reviewed first by a parent, guardian, or adult over 18.