Join Naaima Khan For Restorative Practices as Tools for Healing in Equity and Racial Justice Efforts
How are we moving toward progress on racial justice and race equity? Join us for a conversation to analyze the state of our communities’ conversations about racial justice and equity right now as well as to explore the potential that the tools of restorative practice offer as a framework to advance this work. Conversation participants can anticipate bringing their own experiences to reflect on and share as is comfortable while creating and honoring a respectful space for others to share.
About the Facilitator:
Naaima Khan is Owner and Principal of Create Good, a consultancy that helps organizations more effectively address anti-racism with a special focus on strategic planning and culturally-responsive evaluation planning. Prior to starting her own business, she worked in philanthropy for over eight years, advocating for it to be a more accessible space for IBPOC professionals and communities. Naaima has spoken about race equity and inclusive design at Ignite Minneapolis, Black Ignite, TEDx Mahtomedi and the Minnesota Council of Nonprofits. Naaima holds a master’s degree in public policy from the University of Texas at Austin’s LBJ School of Public Affairs with a concentration in nonprofit studies. When not working on creating logic models, strategic planning and DEI strategy with clients, Naaima usually has her head stuck in business and other nonfiction books.
You can follow Naaima on LinkedIn, or on Twitter @naaimak.
This year's Cafe Conversations is completely virtual! Each event will be hosted online. Before the event keep an eye out for the link.