Becoming an Antiracist Educator

A teacher instructs students in a classroom in Oliver Hall.

The Office of Strategic Engagement is pleased to present the Becoming an Antiracist Educator series. This dynamic professional learning opportunity will intentionally develop skills to engage in practices to dismantle systems that perpetuate racial inequities.

We invite you to join us in an interactive and reflective virtual space to deepen our understanding of race, racism, and systemic inequities. Collectively, we will challenge the underlying structures that uphold racism and will develop dispositions to demonstrate antiracist actions within our personal and professional environments.

Registration includes access to all nine sessions (dates, descriptions and learning outcomes listed below) presented by prominent scholars in the area of racial equity. All sessions will begin at 4:30 p.m. via Zoom and will last 90 minutes or two hours, depending on the dates of your package selection. Register here.

Virtual Schedule

9 Tuesday Sessions      9 Thursday Sessions
Package A      Package B
4:30 - 6:30 p.m.             4:30 - 6:00 p.m.

Package Selections

Option   Format     Cost        Days
                    
A: 9 Sessions + 1 Bonus Debriefing Session including a Pre/Post Personal Assessment       Capacity of 100 total participants: Learn with small group breakout facilitators provided during the listed 2 hour Tuesday session dates           $600.00                 Tuesday Dates
                                       
B: 9 Sessions including a Pre/Post Personal Assessment       No limit on total participant capacity: Learn during the listed 90-minute Thursday session dates           $400.00                 Thursday Dates
                                       

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