If you want to better work towards racial equity,
explore our workshops and services!
Racial Equity Work
Joe Truss, of Truss Leadership has delivered racial equity professional development services, presentations, and keynotes to over 12,000 educators from 10 countries, including the US.
Learn more about:
- year-long courses
- this year’s conference
How are you leading system-wide equity development?
What does antiracist teaching look like?
How can antiracist leadership be a lever for school transformation?
Antiracist Needs Assessment
Developing Strategic Plans
Instructional Coaching for Antiracist Outcomes
Dismantling White Supremacy Culture in Schools
Antiracist Teaching Practices
Antiracist Project Based Learning and Unit Planning
Racial Affinity Groups
1:1 Leadership Coaching
Racial Affinity Groups
Racial Equity Leadership Team Institute
1 on 1 Leadership Coaching
Team Support/Facilitation, Real-Time Coaching
Antiracist School/Classroom Walkthroughs and Racial Equity Audits
Norms, Accountability, and Culture Shifts
How to Interrupt Racist Remarks
Restoring Community After Harm Has Been Done
Culturally Responsive and Transformational Adult Learning Spaces
Developing Shared Values and Commitment to Justice
What happened when my school started talking about White Supremacy Culture?
10 Racist Things to Stop Doing in Classrooms, 10 Antiracist Things to Start Doing, Tomorrow.
What To Say When Someone Says Something Racist, and What’s Stopping You from Saying It.
Antiracist Beacons of Hope – Where Can We Look To For Signs of Change
From Powerhoarding to Powersharing – Leading for Racial Equity
What I Learned From Leading Culturally Responsive Teaching
Black Excellence – We’re here, We belong here, and We ain’t going no where!
Truss Leadership Trainings – Racial Equity Coaching and Consulting
Gain insight to what Truss Leadership workshops are all about in this short video.
Racial Equity and Antiracism Workshop Topics
Microaggressions are everywhere. The classroom, the office, and on the street. They create small cracks in our psyche, that slowly break us down. Let’s do something about them!
Racial Affinity Groups in Schools
No, racial affinity groups are not racist. They are an essential strategy for transforming schools and organizations into equity-centered spaces. Join us for our next workshop on April 23rd, so that you can experience first hand what it looks, sounds and feels like to engage in racial affinity work.
Antiracist Project Based Learning
We know we need to teach different, but what exactly and how? What does antiracist education look like in practice. Come find out at our next Antiracist Project Based Learning Workshop.