Join Marcus Carter II, Director of Social Equity at Cinder, & Zapproved in a discussion that will interrogate antiracism in the workplace.
From the speaker:
“What we designate as ‘racial progress’ is not a solution to that problem. It is a regeneration of the problem in a particularly perverse form.” – Derrick Bell
How do we understand the miscalculation of race, white supremacy, and racism? And what is the cost?
“Whiteness is more a condition than a color. It is a structured advantage that is impersonal, institutional, collective, and cumulative.” – George Lipsitz, “The Possessive Investment in Whiteness”
Marcus Carter (he/him) is the Director of Social Equity at Cinder. He is an Organizer, Teacher, and Catalyst dedicated to transforming the cultural, material, and systemic conditions of our workplace and society. He is engaged with various equity, justice, and liberation projects locally and nationally. In addition, he serves as a Board Member with Portland Workforce Alliance, Free Geek, and Oregon Entrepreneurs Network (OEN).