Black History Month
Why your company should join in the celebrations
Speaker: Ellen Wagner | Author, founder and managing director, Cross Cultural Bridges
Time: 14:30 – 16:00
Target group: This event is for anyone interested in dealing with anti-black racism in the corporate context.
February is also Black History Month here. In this interactive lecture, Ellen Wagner will talk about the significance of this month for Germany and explain what Black History Month is all about and why we should all celebrate it. We will talk about the relevance of Black people’s achievements and the danger of racist stereotypes, especially in everyday working life. And, of course, how we can put the knowledge we have gained into practice: After this lecture, participants will be equipped with strategies and impulses for action to do so.
About the format:
Our insights provide participants with a well-founded overview of the topic and sensitize them to its challenges with the help of practical examples. In a Q&A session the content presented will be reflected on and discussed with participants‘ own questions from the various corporate realities.
About Ellen Wagner (she/her):
Ellen is the founder and managing director of cross cultural bridges in New Jersey,. The business psychologist advises clients and companies in Europe and the USA on the topics of diversity, equity and inclusion – especially on anti-Black racism and LGBTQIA* issues. With her interactive workshops and keynotes, she supports organizations in creating an inclusive corporate culture and empowers individuals to overcome external and internal barriers and strengthen their own resources.
Ellen is also an author: her new book „Was uns empowert – Geschichten von FLINTA* of Color“ was published in 2023. LinkedIn named Ellen one of the Top 10 Voices LGBTQIA* for the USA and Canada in summer 2022 and Top Voice Black History Month in spring 2023. In 2021 she won the Diversity Impact Award in Germany.
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