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NETA Responds to Racism

NETA Responds to Racism

The NETA family is heartbroken by the traumatic events that have occurred across our country in recent weeks and the circumstances that have unfolded in the wake of the loss of Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery and George Floyd. We stand with the Black community, we stand against racism and hate and we are here to support our member stations and your communities.
To aid stations in addressing the impact of these events in your communities, and to provide programming that amplifies underrepresented voices, explores the history and causes of our current situation, provokes discussion and explores solutions, we have gathered some of our member station and independent producer’s most relevant offerings on this dedicated webpage for your use.
In the next issue of our weekly Resource Round-Up, we will be including resources from around the system to help our stations navigate the current climate. If you haven’t subscribed, you may do so here
We are also happy to offer additional resources, such as Zoom meeting services and the aggregated experience of our Peer Learning Communities, to help as you facilitate conversations with your communities or among colleagues. We recognize that these conversations may be uncomfortable but believe that open communication is essential as we move forward.

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For more information about the NETA Peer Learning Communities, please contact

Rachel Morrison Parsons

Senior Director, Education Strategy