Join us in the 21-Day Disability Equity Challenge!
United Ways across the state of Michigan are partnering with local Centers for Independent Living to present this 21-Day Disability Equity Challenge. This statewide effort will explore disability from a position of equity and pride to raise awareness, increase understanding, and shift perspectives about disability in our culture.
Stay tuned for important updates regarding the 21 Equity Challenge. We look forward to launching in January 2023!
About the 21-Day Equity Challenge
- Free to participate
- Open to anyone
- Runs consecutively from Juneteenth (June 19, 2021) to July 9th.
- You (along with thousands of others in Washtenaw County) commit to deepening your understanding of and willingness to confront racism for 21 consecutive days.
- During every morning of the Challenge, you'll receive an email "prompt" with readings, videos and/or podcasts. You are encouraged to take about 10-15 minutes each day with the material.
- Explore this work on your own, with friends and family, or organization-wide.
- Share your reflections and “a ha” moments using the hashtag #unitedforequity. Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram
History of the Equity Challenge
The 21-Day Equity Challenge was originally developed by Dr. Eddie Moore, Jr., Dr. Marguerite Penick-Parks and Debby Irving and has been adapted to our community by United Way of Washtenaw County along with our Equity Champions.
Previous Challenge Materials