Anti-Racist Workspace for White-Identifying Students: Understanding What it Means to be White
We are creating space for white-identifying students who want to be in community to learn, challenge one another, and hold each other accountable to shift from “I'm not a racist” to truly understanding what it means to be anti-racist in thought and practice. Whether you are just beginning your journey to become anti-racist or are well-practiced and disciplined at interrupting the script of white supremacy, you are welcome and encouraged to participate.
This workspace will focus on understanding what it means to be white.
Please consider registering for upcoming workspaces that will all focus on different topics/themes within anti-racist work as a white-identifying student. You must register on Engage for each individual event in order to receive the zoom links/and any associated materials/resources.
If you have any questions, concerns, or requests for accommodations, please email CenterforIDEAS@ithaca.edu.
Facilitators for this ongoing series will include faculty and staff from across campus including: Joslyn Brenton, Kaylee Collins, Julie Dorsey, Samantha Elebiary, Beth Greene, Kelly Hallisy, Eileen Harrington, Doreen Hettich-Atkins, Mary Holland-Bavis, Paula Ioanide, Abby Juda, Luke Keller, Nicole Koschmann, Michele Lenhart, Luca Maurer, Elyse Nepa, Mo Ordnung, Kevin Perry, Sara Rodrigues, Elisabeth Tomlin, and Jacqueline Winslow.
Thursday, July 23, 2020 at 4:00pm to 5:00pm
Individuals who would like to request accessibility accommodations should contact firstname.lastname@example.org. We ask that requests be made as soon as possible to ensure they can be met.