Anti-Racist Leaders Association: A safe space for committed leaders to step up and step in with community and expert support.

About The Association

Change doesn’t happen in a vacuum. Change happens in community. Becoming a leader of change – of moving from racism to anti-racism – means being in community and leading in community.

The Anti Racist Leaders Association is a community space for leaders –  that is, for anyone committed to leading the way to anti-racism – to give and receive support, to share and receive advice, to work at being anti-racist, to get questions answered and to learn directly from our guest experts.

How It Works

As a member of the Association, you’ll receive ongoing support in your journey to become and be an Anti-Racist Leader. At all levels, you’ll gain access to a private members-only Telegram group where you’ll receive regular resources and valuable learning (and doing) materials.

For Ally and Leader members, the live Q&A sessions are a regular opportunity to get support creating and actioning your Personal Anti-Racism Action Plan, to acknowledge the racist actions and behaviour you still struggle with, to bring your challenges to the table, to commit to regular action and progress and to meet fellow Anti-Racist Leaders on their journey.

You will:

  • Receive direct, open and sometimes challenging support in a safe and kind space.
  • Be encouraged and supported to create a Personal Anti-Racism Action plan, and receive support as you work at it.
  • Receive weekly resources and tools to help you on your anti-racism journey (and empower you to lead others there too).
  • Be held to account with higher expectations and trust in your ability to keep raising your game as an Anti-Racist Leader.
  • Have the space and grace to share your mistakes and receive non-judgmental and kind support (even in the face of your f*ck ups!).
  • Be invited to exclusive webinars with guest speakers and experts (Leader membership only).

For Leader members, Lounge Hours are a more informal version of Office Hours – a fortnightly session for you to drop in if needed for support in between the live Q&A sessions.

The Q&A and Lounge Hours sessions are currently hosted and facilitated by Anti-Racist Leader founder, Lea Jovy-Ford, and our Head of Anti-Racism, Sharon Hurley Hall.

And the Anti-Racist Leader badge? Showing your commitment visually AND helping us spread the anti-racist message is key to wide-scale change…every small step helps. The badge can be gained and it can be withdrawn.

The Anti-Racist Leader Badge

Anti-Racist Leaders Logo

*** Pre-launch Offer: These are early bird, pre-launch fees (which will lock in for the duration of your membership) if you join before September 30th 2022 ***

*** Pre-launch Offer: These are early bird, pre-launch fees (which will lock in for the duration of your membership) if you join before September 30th 2022 ***

FAQs

Who can join the Association?

Anyone who wants to be a leader on the path to anti-racism can join the Anti-Racist Leader Association; this isn’t just for business leaders, it’s for community leaders too (and communities come in all shapes and sizes!). If you’re committed to your anti-racism journey and would like direct, active and live support, membership is for you.

Who leads the live sessions?

The Association’s live sessions – both Q&A and Lounge Hours – are currently hosted and facilitated by Anti-Racist Leader founder, Lea Jovy-Ford, and our Head of Anti-Racism, Sharon Hurley Hall. You can read more about them here.

What is the Personal Anti-Racism Action Plan?

We will provide you with a template to create a plan designed to help you move forwards with intention and a more cohesive strategy for being anti-racist and to help yourself and others work towards anti-racism. You’re welcome to bring this plan to the live Q&A sessions to get support and overcome any challenges you might face as you work to your plan.

What is Telegram?

Telegram is a free messaging app that can be used across multiple platforms. It’s simple, free, private, open-source and secure.

How is Telegram different from WhatsApp?

From the Telegram website: “Unlike WhatsApp, Telegram is a cloud-based messenger with seamless sync. As a result, you can access your messages from several devices at once, including tablets and computers, and share an unlimited number of photos, videos and files (doc, zip, mp3, etc.) of up to 2 GB each.

Telegram needs less than 100 MB on your device – you can keep all your media in the cloud without deleting things – simply clear your cache to free up space. Thanks to Telegram’s multi-data center infrastructure and encryption, it is faster and way more secure. On top of that, private messaging on Telegram is free and will stay free — no ads, no subscription fees, forever.”

Why are there two different Telegram groups?

One group – the CHANNEL – is for us to share resources and learning materials. This is available to join for every member, at any level.

The other group – the CHAT – is for Ally & Leader members only, and is for us to share the details/reminders of the live Q&A sessions and Lounge Hours, plus for members to chat and discuss any resources shared and support each other.

When are the live Q&A sessions?

The live Q&A sessions for Ally & Leader members of the Association are scheduled every month for:

  • The second Saturday of every month at 9.30am Pacific | 12.30pm Eastern/ 5.30pm UK
  • The fourth Sunday of every month at 9.30am Pacific | 12.30pm Eastern | 5.30pm UK

If you are an Ally member, please join whichever ONE session suits your schedule; if you are a Leader member, you’re welcome to join both.

When are the Lounge Hours sessions?

The drop-in Lounge Hour sessions for Leader members are scheduled for:

  • The first Saturday of every month at at 7.00am Pacific | 10.00am Eastern | 3.00pm UK
  • The third Wednesday of every month at 12.00pm Pacific | 3.00pm Eastern | 8pm UK

What if I can’t attend a session?

You do not need to notify anyone though we would appreciate notification of non-attendance as a courtesy; it makes for a more supportive, community-oriented group when all members uphold their commitment to attend and we expect as full attendance as possible.

How do I get the ARL Badge?

When you’ve been a member for the required duration, we will confirm your attendance commitment and activity levels before we share the badge for you to display where you choose.

Association Membership Terms

1. All Anti-Racist Leader Association fees are non-refundable. You may cancel your membership at any time.

2. If you act in any way which, in our opinion, is likely to cause any harm or nuisance to any person in a group platform, you will be required to leave the group platform immediately and we shall not be liable to refund your fees or any other payments.

3. You agree to respect and protect your fellow Association members’ privacy and any confidential information shared with you at ALL times.

4. All live sessions will be recorded and made available to you, for listening at your own convenience, whether you attend the live session or not.

5. Unless consent is given, you may not at any time copy, reproduce, publish in any form, share, sell, dispose of or otherwise make available to a third party in any way any of the content or materials that we use or share on any platform.

6. We grant to you a limited, non-exclusive, non-transferable, non-sub licensable revocable licence to use all or any of the content or material shared with you for the purposes for which it was provided only.

7. You may not, without our prior written consent make any audio or visual recordings or take photographs of all or any part of our the live sessions or webinars.

8. These Terms shall be governed by the courts in England and you hereby submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English Courts.

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