A Public Event and Pop-Up Course for Spring 2021

Honest dialogue about race and racism is difficult. We can do this work and must if we expect to live in a world that is just, safe, and inclusive for all people.

Developing racial literacy is about detecting, naming, opposing, and replacing racism. When we commit to speaking truthfully about race, we will experience vulnerability. If we can remain in this space, the potential for growth also exists. History and culture, and community and policing are core themes we will address. In reflecting on each topic, we will examine the intersectionality of race with gender, sexuality, class, and status.

Global citizenship relies on racial literacy. Let’s do this work together.

Racial Literacy: Students Reflect | Event

Tuesday, February 23, 5:00 pm

Register to attend

Followed by first pop-up class from 7:00 – 8:00 pm

One-Credit Pop-Up Course

Pop-up course for 1 billable credit (pass/fail, not graded)

One section reserved for faculty and staff, who will earn a badge for participation

All aspects will be virtual