The Illusion of Inclusion:
What if our vision of ourselves as well-intentioned people is at odds with the reality of who we really are and what we really think? Let’s talk about it…
Guest Speaker, Betsy Harrington:
Betsy Harrington is a native of High Point, NC, attended UNC-Greensboro and graduated from UNC-Chapel Hill. She is a retired program specialist for The National Conference for Community and Justice of the Piedmont Triad (NCCJ). The mission of NCCJ is fighting bias, bigotry and racism and building diverse, inclusive communities for everyone, and through her work at NCCJ and in the broader community Betsy has facilitated many groups of both adults and youth in having courageous conversations around difficult issues.
In retirement she has been an active advocate for social justice, serving on the Racial Equity Task Force at her church, on the Peace and Justice committee for the regional Presbyterian churches, on the program planning team for the Other Voices program through the Greensboro Chamber of Commerce, on the Guilford Antiracism Alliance, and as part of the Faith and Social Justice Consortium.