At Loyola issues of racial equity and justice are often below the surface, not discussed openly or not addressed. Recognizing the need to bring those issues to the forefront, Loyola University Maryland has engaged BRJA to assess the needs of the training and implement it.
Our advisory board, which represents multiple facets of the campus community, is working closely with Baltimore Racial Justice Action to create a training that supports the University’s commitment to continuing professional development and experiential growth opportunities for all members of the Loyola community.
We hope the training will jumpstart work on the University’s racial equity goals, and that every member of the Loyola community will find this to be an enriching opportunity personally and help us create a stronger, more equitable community for all.
Adanna Johnson-Evans, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Psychology, and Seán Bray, Director of Campus Ministry
Co-Chairs of the Racial Justice Training Implementation Advisory Board