Now What? Strategoes for Bringing Anti-Racism Into Your Life, Work & Community presented by Anjali Prasertong, MPH, RDN

Now What? Strategies for Bringing Anti-Racism Into Your Life, Work & Community

Many of us are aware of the ways racism impacts the health and well-being of communities of colour, and how white supremacy shows up in our everyday lives and work. But what can nutrition professionals actually do to change these harmful systems? This interactive webinar will discuss actionable strategies for incorporating anti-racism practices into your personal and professional life, and for sparking change in your community.

Join Anjali Prasertong, MPH, RDN of Antiracist Dietitian as we:

  • Discuss how to move from educating yourself about anti-racism to taking action
  • Learn how to identify where you can make an impact and approaches for implementing change
  • Share ideas and strategies for centering racial equity in our lives, workplaces, and communities

All registrants will receive access to the webinar recording (there will be small-group discussions during the webinar that will not be recorded), transcript, and resources after the training.

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Mar 22 2023


Mountain Time
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Local Time

  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: Mar 22 2023
  • Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Registration (Non-members)


  • Anjali Prasertong
    Anjali Prasertong

    Anjali Prasertong is a writer and public health dietitian focused on food systems, racial equity, and nutrition. Originally from Los Angeles, she was a contributing editor for the award-winning food website The Kitchn before getting her master of public health from Tulane University. In New Orleans, she led an innovative city-funded corner store program that increased fresh food access in low-income neighborhoods, and worked with food entrepreneurs looking to operationalize racial equity in their businesses. She currently writes the newsletter Antiracist Dietitian ( and lives in Denver, Colorado with her husband and two children.

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