FREC is looking for amazing workshops!
for the 2021 Overcoming Racism Conference
November 12-13th, 2021
with follow up round table discussion featuring local activists
Ruth Buffalo is a citizen of the Mandan, Hidatsa, and Arikara Nation. She is originally from Mandaree. Ruth has served in various capacities focused on building healthy and safe communities.
Ruth was elected into the North Dakota House of Representatives in 2018 and proudly serves the people of District 27 in south Fargo.
We need your help preparing and putting on the conference. Find a role that fits your time and talents and sign up now.
Click the button to the right of the page to access the volunteer recruitment document. Each role title links to a more complete role description. You will be provided with the information, training and support you need to succeed.
All confirmed volunteers will be able to register for the 2021 Overcoming Racism Conference for free.
“They tried to bury us. They didn’t know we were seeds!”
Review the ticket prices and options below.
The Overcoming Racism 2021 Conference aims to respond to our times in a way that reflects concern for the health and safety of conference attendees as a virtual event. As heartbreaking as that is to us who have found previous Overcoming Racism conferences to be viral in terms of information exchange, learning and relationship-building, we wish to keep our physical viral exchange to a minimum. And as it turns out, a virtual conference allows for even more voices, more learning and more relationship-building.
Attend both November 12th & 13th
Attend either November 12th or November 13th
The Facilitating Racial Equity Collaborative (FREC) is a collaborative (of individuals and organizations) working towards just, equitable, antiracist communities throughout Minnesota. We are committed to engagement with multiple communities and ways of knowing. (more…)