A Conversation with Shantelle Castle
February 3, 2021

YWCA Greater Newburyport presents A Conversation with Chantelle Castle focusing on the unconscious Bias: Unlearning through Awareness,
Education and Action. This presentation will take place on Thursday, February 4th, 2021 at 6 – 7 PM via Zoom.

Shantelle Castle began her career with social work four years ago at Justice Resource Institute and has since received her MSW from Boston University. Shantelle has completed extensive training in racial injustice and has provided numerous trainings for local organizations.

Please join us for this conversation with Shantelle, where she will discuss her experience in the Black Lives Matter movement and lead participants to understand what unconscious bias is and how it impacts our thoughts and behaviors.

Please register using this google form. You may also call the front desk to register at 978-465-YWCA (9922). Zoom Link will be sent out to all registrants the day before the event.

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