The AAUW Oakdale/Riverbank/Escalon branch program for Thursday, March 11 will feature “A Conversation About Racial Equity, Identity and Belonging with Khani Gustafson”.
The session is set for 7 p.m. via Zoom. For more information about the program and membership, contact email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Constance “Khani” Gustafson describes herself as a thought innovator and practitioner of Race Equity, Diversity and Inclusion dedicated to nurturing community for belonging. She holds a master’s degree in Social Work and an honorary PhD in Divinity as well as several clinical training and practice certifications. Her educational background, professional work as a consultant and facilitator, and community involvement as well as her lived experience as a wife and mother of “three amazing biracial children” residing in central California give her a singular perspective on race equity, identity and belonging. She is also the founder of Sistah’s Literary Guild, a book club for African American women.
Don’t miss joining the conversation. Also, check out the local AAUW organization’s website for more information https://ore-ca.aauw.net/.