Washington Family Engagement presents:

Through our alumni association, WALEN (Washington Leadership Network), Washington Family Engagement is proud to present “Race To Be Human” to our community.
As part of our commitment to leadership and civic development, we provide free opportunities, open to the community to learn about social issues that affect the well-being of our communities, and offer learning opportunities to advance together to a more equitable society.

A documentary that shows how to have open race and racism discussions in the classroom, the workplace, and home to promote empathy and compassion.

RACE to be Human addresses the apprehension and confusion so many of us feel when it comes to talking about race and racism. The film examines micro-aggressions, allyship, and the role of social media. It also shares how we can participate and build empathy through conversations at home, work, and school.

The program includes strategies and tips to check ourselves and others while inspiring self-reflection so that as individuals, we are more aware, and as communities, we can move forward more equitably.

Everyone needs to be a part of this conversation.

Everyone needs to be a part of this conversation.

Don’t miss this excellent opportunity to watch this fantastic documentary sponsored by Washington Family Engagement, followed by an informative live discussion panel, moderated by:

Dr. Tanisha Brandon-Felder

Director of Equity and Family Engagement 

Shoreline School District

Register for this free event here: