Join dozens of ethnic communities at the Global Holiday Festival and Market to celebrate and honor holidays and traditions from around the world. Sample traditional dishes, view free dance and music shows, engage with cultural groups, and shop for holiday gifts at the marketplace. Come celebrate the unique diversity of the Triangle area and enjoy the wintertime festivities!
There will be Mochi pounding for the kids, and Mochi with your favorite toppings, as well as hot Japanese soups to enjoy on a cold day with good friends.
We will also have a Taiko Workshop and a special performance by the Triangle Chorus Club.
Admission is FREE. Online registration is required so that we know how many people to expect.
You can also indicate on your registration whether you would like to volunteer at the event – we need help running these events and it’s fun to help out!
If you do indicate an interest in volunteering on the registration, our event volunteer coordinator will get in touch with you.
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Happy Hanukkah 8K – Eight Crazy Nights!
*THIS IS A VIRTUAL RACE!
WHAT IS A VIRTUAL RACE? A virtual race is a race that can be run (or walked) from any location you choose. You can run, jog, or walk on the road, on the trail, on the treadmill, at the gym or on the track (or even at another race). You get to run your own race, at your own pace, and time it yourself. And your medal will be shipped directly to you. Complete a virtual 5K, 10K, half marathon and more!
Our Foundations in Racial Equity workshop is focused on building social, political, historical and economic context around the construction of race, and help participants build a systemic, institutional and cultural analysis of racialized outcomes, all through the lens of our own racial identities, experiences, and encounters. This introductory workshop is a strongly recommended prerequisite for our other workshops.
Our Foundations in Internalized Racism workshop pushes participants to examine their own socialization and the unconscious norms, assumptions, and biases that have been ingrained in us, that perpetuate racism and uphold the system has it was designed. We will interrogate our own lived experiences and identities, build community and devise strategies for deconstructing Internalized Racial Superiority and Internalized Racial Oppression through racial identity caucusing, all while building our capacity to work towards racial equity in the spaces we occupy.
Our Decentering White Supremacy Culture workshop focuses on naming, interrogating, and challenging white supremacy as a socio-political system of domination that, while rendered invisible, controls all facets of what is deemed “normal” and “correct” in our society and in our workplaces, more specifically. Using a racial equity lens developed in sessions 1 & 2, we will define the attributes of whites supremacy culture, identify our roles as perpetrators/co-conspirators in upholding white supremacy culture as the “norm” in our environments, and begin developing strategies for decentering white supremacy culture and creating space for alternative ways of being and operating.