Then. Now. When. Video Series
An Educational Experience
For Leaders Closing the Racial Equity Gap
Transform your leadership practice to one that embraces racial equity as you seek to understand your role in creating a different future. Highlighting the stories and experiences of Black Americans, the Then. Now. When. Video Series gives leaders a foundation in our collective history, an understanding of local issues, encourages brave conversations, and inspires meaningful action.
The self-guided Then. Now. When. Video Series is made up of seven modules (12 videos). Each module focuses on a particular topic, conveyed through readings, videos, and music. Modules, which were inspired by articles in the New York Times Magazine's 1619 Project, include Setting the Stage, Capitalism, Healthcare, Wealth Gap, Undemocratic Democracy, Mass Incarceration, and Taking Action. The live series was recorded in 2021 and was adapted to video for use in work teams, faith groups, book clubs, service clubs, etc. or experienced on your own.
How to gain access to the content:
- Register to the left.
- If using in a group setting (worksite, faith-based group, book group, etc.), only one person needs to register. The participant guide and video access code can be shared with learning group participants.
- Contribute an optional donation* to support continued programming by the Leadership Institute. While optional, your donation helps us do more good work.
* This program was funded by the generosity of sponsors and developed by volunteers. The registration fees listed are suggested donation amounts. We ask that you consider a donation to make continued racial equity programming possible via our mission-driven non-profit organization.
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