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Anti-Racist Teaching

Ended Dec 20, 2021
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Term: Fall 2021

Date & Time: Self Paced

Location: ONLINE ONLY 

Instructor: Michelle Deramo

Presented By: Inclusion & Diversity (INDV)



Bettina Love writes, “Antiracist teaching is not just about acknowledging that racism exists, but consciously committing to the struggle of fighting for racial justice” (p. 54, 2019). This session is for faculty, particularly White faculty, who want to deeply consider the impacts and dynamics of race in the classroom. The session lets us hear directly from students, gives an evidence-based overview of BIPOC student experiences, examines how well-meaning instructors bring racism into the classroom, and offers strategies for building racial literacy and teaching towards racial justice, regardless of your discipline.