It’s a Marathon, Not a Sprint: Anti-Racist Educators’ Journey
November 2, 2021 @ 3:30 pm - 5:30 pm
The CHESS Distinguished Speaker Series returns this fall with compelling talks on everything from the representation of Mexicanness in animated films to what could happen around the Great Lakes.
Malik S. Henfield, Ph.D, professor and founder of the Institute for Racial Justice and Janice Byrd, Ph.D., associate professor of counselor education talk about an anti-racist educators’ journey of engaging in self-work and connecting theory to practice.
Becoming anti-racist begins with a commitment to critically interrogate and dismantle the historically racist educational systems that harm students of Color across their lifespan.
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