There’s still time to challenge your team to build racial equity habits with you. NIRSA’s 21-Day Racial Equity Habit Building Challenge © for Campus Recreation, supported by Mondo, begins on Monday, September 14.
Don’t miss your chance to participate in this intentional learning opportunity for the profession! More than 500 individuals have already registered to participate in the 21-day challenge.
Register before September 14
The 21-Day Racial Equity Habit Building Challenge is free for individual members (including any individual at NIRSA member institutions), but you must register to participate. Registration will also be available for $99 to non-member individuals at non-member schools.
The #NIRSA21DayChallenge is intentionally crafted to focus on the Black American experience. We value all NIRSA’s diverse members, and we unabashedly recognize the racism all BIPOC community members face daily; there is a real need at this moment in time to focus on the Black experience.
“The nation — including our students, faculty and staff — is talking about race and the systems that perpetuate racial inequalities, inequities and injustice, as well as the heavy toll those systems have taken on the Black community. It’s critically important that we continue our efforts to move from talk to action on college and university campuses across the country. Creating effective social justice habits is one important way that we can work together to learn and address these incredible challenges.” – CUPA-HR
Supported by Mondo
- For more information, contact NIRSA Director of Advocacy and Strategic Partnerships, Erin O’Sullivan.