Inspiring an understanding and inclusive community of professionals first requires examining our own awareness and perspectives. Anti-Racism in Academia (ARiA): A…
To commemorate Black History Month, ARIA & the Educause Diversity in IT CG invite you to join a workshop BIPOC and White Supremacy in the Workplace: Developing our Own Analysis Tool. This action-oriented virtual workshop will be facilitated by Patricia Juárez from University of California, Berkeley on Wednesday February 24 from 2 – 3:15 PM EST. Registration is required for this event. Please note that due to the nature of this workshop, this event will not be recorded. Attendees will be asked to participate and remain fully engaged through the event. In order to level set on basic information ahead of time, all attendees will also be asked to do some pre-session content review and some optional information sharing.
Please join us for conversation led by Dr. Cheryl Hicks (UD, Africana Studies/History) with author, Dr. Douglas Flowe (Washington University in St. Louis, History) on his new book, Uncontrollable Blackness: African American Men and Criminality in Jim Crow New York.
Co-sponsored by the History Department’s Speaks-Warnock Lecture Fund, the Department of Africana Studies, and the UD Antiracism Initiative (UDARI).
February concludes the ARIA series with a Reflections webinar that will include reflections from the co-founders as well as a facilitated panel discussion including ARiA facilitators and participants.
The National Day of Racial Healing is a time for contemplation and collective action on #HowWeHeal from the effects of racism. Launched on Jan. 17, 2017, it is an opportunity to bring ALL people together in their common humanity and inspire collective action to create a more just and equitable world.