Tuesday Oct 26th, Nov. 2nd, and Nov. 9th. 1pm-3pm ET/10am-12pm PT (3, 2-hour sessions)
Suggested Audiences: Nonprofit and municipal shared equity homeownership practitioners
Are you a shared equity housing practitioner looking to deepen your understanding of the relationship between race and shared equity housing? Are you interested in building your knowledge and skills to be a more effective advocate for racial equity? This course will focus on strengthening your capacity to understand and analyze racial inequity within your community and the housing ecosystem around you, while expanding your ability to address those inequities through program design and implementation.
This intermediate level course is best for individuals who are implementing or actively designing a shared equity homeownership program, and are interested in, but may be just beginning to explore, the racial equity implications of their work. A basic understanding of subsidy retention (or shared equity homeownership) is essential for success in this course.
After taking this course you should expect to be able to name key ways that racism impacts housing and homeownership today, describe how shared equity homeownership can both advance equality or perpetuate further inequality, and lastly develop a racial equity lens to promote racial economic equity through shared equity homeownership programs.
Registration Deadline- Tuesday, October, 19th, 2021
Scholarship Application Closes- Tuesday, October, 12th, 2021
This course is $170 for Grounded Solutions Network members, and $220 for non-members. If you would like to apply for a need-based scholarship for discounted registration fees, please complete this form to be considered for a scholarship.
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