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Join DCAL and fellow Dartmouth educators for a summer reading group to explore the principles and practices of anti-racist pedagogy. (Session 3 of 4)
Join DCAL and fellow Dartmouth educators for a summer reading group to explore the principles and practices of anti-racist pedagogy.
Anti-racism is the active process of dismantling the systems, structures, policies, practices, and attitudes that uphold racism and the unequal distribution of power. Anti-racist pedagogy asks us to interrogate and disrupt these same inequities within our classrooms and educational institutions.
Meeting four times over the course of the summer, this group will read and discuss foundational articles, book chapters, web resources, and other media to inform and advance our work as anti-racist educators.
The group is open to faculty and staff educators from all backgrounds, disciplines, identities, ranks, and depths of experience with anti-racism.
Meeting Schedule & Registration
The reading group will meet by Zoom on the following dates. Participants may attend any or all sessions. You must register separately for each session you wish to attend using the following links.
Participants will read a few selections from this list prior to each meeting. The reading schedule and digital copies of all materials will be provided by e-mail to those who register.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions!
Events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.