Register now for LEAD training in Baton Rouge (February 19th-22nd)

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These training workshops, which will run from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 a.m. at 4655 Sherwood Common Blvd., Baton Rouge, aim to equip community leaders with the tools and resources needed to advocate for justice in their communities.

Foundation for Louisiana, in partnership with YWCA of Greater Baton Rouge, will offer two four-day training workshops that focus on leadership, engagement, advocacy and development (LEAD) from February 19th-22nd in Baton Rouge. These training workshops, which will run from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 a.m. at 4655 Sherwood Common Blvd., aim to equip community leaders with the tools and resources needed to advocate for justice in their communities. One cohort will be focusing on housing policy and the other one on police reform in Baton Rouge.

Why attend? Here are four words why:

Justice: Be part of a movement toward integrity, decency, and equity.
Education: Strengthen your understanding of how to affect social change.
Community: Share in a community of people, striving for a better Baton Rouge.
Stipend: We will honor your commitment with a $400 stipend to compensate you for your time upon completion.

NOTE: Attendees must complete the workshop training to qualify for the stipend.

Participants can sign up for either of the two LEAD workshops here.

Deadline to register is January 31st.

Join us in our work to end racism!