Anti-racism is the active process of dismantling the systems, structures, policies, practices, and attitudes that uphold racism and the unequal distribution of power. As such, participants in this workshop series will discuss and apply anti-racist strategies to their teaching practice, taking concrete steps toward becoming anti-racist educators.
This session will focus on examining one's own identities and privilege. Register here.
This workshop is open to faculty and staff educators from all backgrounds, disciplines, identities, ranks, and depths of experience with anti-racism.
Anti-Racist Pedagogy Workshop Series
This session is part of a short series designed to support instructors in taking active steps toward anti-racist pedagogical practice. Participants may register for as many of the sessions as they wish, and participation in the full series is not required.
Other sessions in the series include:
Thurs Feb 3, 12:00-1:00 – The Anti-Racist Syllabus (via Zoom)
Tues Feb 22, 10:00-11:00 – Anti-Racism In the Classroom (in person)
Fri March 4, 11:30-12:30 – Anti-Racism Beyond the Classroom (via Zoom)