Let’s Get Uncomfortable is hosting the second part of its panel on anti-Black racism in travel tomorrow – Tues., Aug 25 – from 12 to 1:30 pm (ET) or from 9 to 10:30 am (PT).
The follow-up event to Confronting Anti-Black Racism in Travel & Tourism will focus on accountability and change within companies.
- Shalene Dudley – founder of Latitude Concierge (moderator)
- Lauren Gay – founder of Outdoorsy Diva Blog & Podcast, founding member of the Black Travel Alliance
- Kier Matthews – director of sales at Classic Vacations
- Jodie Glean-Mitchell – anti-racism, equity, and inclusion educator and founder of REACTCanada-Race Equity Advisory Consulting & Training Inc.
This event is open to all travel professionals. Free tickets are available, though those who can pay for their ticket are encouraged to do so in an effort to help the LGU team compensate panelists.
Those who wish to contribute to the event’s conversation can share the one thing they plan on doing to be anti-racist in their work in travel & tourism, via Google Form or the LGU Facebook page.
In order to participate for the Zoom event, go to https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/lgu-confronting-anti-black-racism-part-2-accountability-change-tickets-117479896533 .
Once registered, participants will receive a link prior to the event.
And to prepare for the session, further reading on anti-black racism in travel is available at the Let’s Get Uncomfortable website at https://www.letsgetuncomfortable.ca/upcoming-confronting-anti-black-racism.html