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Dismantling the Master’s House: Committing to a Culture of Antiracism in the Workplace

March 22, 2023 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm MDT

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NACC Member Webinar

Practitioners working closely with the young people and families that are trapped in the delinquency and family regulation systems work within systems that were created to oppress communities of color. In order to achieve true client-centered advocacy and client empowerment, we must better understand the history of these racist systems, how we have participated in these systems at the detriment of those we have committed to serve and those we serve with, how to deconstruct these belief systems, and how to replace them with affirming advocacy. This webinar will also discuss the path the presenters’ agency is taking to achieve an antiracist workplace and some of the hurdles they’ve encountered. 

Note: This is a highly interactive session. Participants will engage in several activities focused on identifying and directly addressing racially-based harms


  • Brittany Mobley, JD
    Deputy Chief, Community Defender Division (Juvenile Services Program)
    The Public Defender Service for the District of Columbia
  • Tiffany Reid-Collazo, JD              
    Staff Attorney, Community Defender Division (Juvenile Services Program)
    The Public Defender Service for the District of Columbia

Brittany Mobley is the Juvenile Services Program Deputy Chief for the Public Defender Service. Prior to PDS, she was a senior attorney at the Children’s Law Center within their Guardian ad Litem Program. Brittany is on the advisory council of the Protection & Advocacy for Individuals with Mental Illness, the Co-Chair of the Juvenile Justice Committee of the American Bar Association, and an advisory board member for the Mid-Atlantic Region of the Gault Center.

Tiffany Reid-Collazo is a Staff Attorney in the Juvenile Services Program at the Public Defender Service for D.C. Tiffany received a M.A. in African Diasporic History from Howard University and later graduated from American University Washington College of Law, knowing law would be her weapon in the fight for Black liberation. Tiffany is an Ambassador for Racial Justice through Georgetown’s Juvenile Justice Initiative and the Gault Center, a fellow with the Black Defender Leadership Institute, and serves on several youth justice and mutual aid committees.

This webinar is FREE for NACC Members. Members, please log in with your member ID when you register for this event. This webinar is $45 for non-members. Non-member webinar registrants will receive access to a 90-day trial NACC membership.

This course is pending accreditation by the Colorado Board of Continuing Legal and Judicial Education for a maximum of 2 units of credit (50-minute hour), including a maximum of 2 units of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusivity c


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