About this course
“Until you can recognize you are living a racialized life and you’re having racialized experiences every moment of every day, you can’t actually engage people of other races around the idea of justice.” Whitney Dow, “The Whiteness Project”
What does it mean to be White in a racist world?
We will explore this question in a five-week online course/forum co-facilitated by social justice educators and authors, Victor Lee Lewis and Patti Digh.
You will receive reading and discussion assignments in your online classroom twice weekly as well as the opportunity to participate in five 90-minute live dialogues with the co-facilitators during the course (one live dialogue per week). There will be reading assignments, videos, audios, and other types of learning materials for you in the online classroom. Your experience of the course and the learning will be greatly deepened by keeping up with online classroom assignments and engaging with others in the course in that classroom as well as on our live calls.
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Live Seminars via Zoom from 8-9:30 EDT (5-6:30 PDT) on September 15, 22, 29, October 6 and 13
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