"These conversations will not be easy, but they will get easier over time. We have to commit to the process if we want to address race, racism, and racial oppression in our society."
What makes you comfortable and uncomfortable when having conversations about race? How does your social identity impact discussions around race, racism, and antiracism? Do you feel prepared to engage in conversations in the classroom and with others around you about these topics? Join us for an 6-week community conversation and BYOB (Bring Your Own Book) study around race, racism, and antiracism. As a part of this community experience, choose ONE guiding text from the options below to be your critical perspective and lens for the community conversations.
Important Session Information: As a participant, you will need to purchase one book from the options below.
So you want to talk about race - Ijeoma Oluo Amazon Link: So You Want to Talk About Race
How To Be An Antiracist - Ibram X. Kendi - Amazon Link: How to be an Antiracist
White Fragility-Robin Diangelo - Amazon Link: White Fragility
Not Light, But Fire - Matthew Kay - Amazon Link: Not Light, But Fire
Option 5: Curated selection of Expert Articles, Texts, Podcasts *Access will be shared with registered participants*
Online Zoom LIVE community meetings: May 28, June 4, June 11, June 18, June 25, July 2 (Time: TBD)
Ashland Credit Available.