You cannot challenge something you don't know exists. At a basic level, our work involves helping individuals and organizations to create new lenses, moving from an individual understanding of racism, that is, prejudice and discrimination based on "race," to a systemic understanding. Moving from an individual lens to a systemic one has profound implications for how we understand ourselves, our relationships and our work. We begin to see and understand things we previously didn't know existed.
- Discuss racism on an individual and systemic level
- Raise awareness and understanding of systemic practices, culture and policies that support the privileged and halt the oppressed
- Learn how to address these situations and deconstruct them
- Open to all students, staff, and faculty
Space is limited!
Snacks, lunch, and dinner provided.
Sponsored by the Office for Diversity and Inclusion
Facilitated by Community Change Inc.