Arts & Culture
What Does it Mean to be Anti-Racist? An Interactive Web Series
- 2:00 am
18 June 2020
Black, Indigenous, and People of Colour are fighting everyday to live free from all forms of violence.
In the aftermath of the murders of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery and Breonna Taylor (among many others) many White people have taken to social media to express outrage; but, this is not enough, we must do more.
Join a community conversation to learn about anti-racist practices, hear about strategic actions that you can take to advance racial justice in your community, and share resources to strengthen your capacity to be a stronger advocate in the fight for a more just world. This event will start with a one hour lecture followed by one hour of Q&A.
- June 17 – Anti-Racist Relationship Building: Learn how to dialogue, confront, and build anti-racist relationships
- June 24 – Combating the Roots of Racism: Examine and take action to transform structural and institutional forms of racism
- July 1 – Anti-Racism & Intersectionality: Analyse and apply intersectionality to anti-racist practice
Dr. Warren Chalklen passionately works for equity and social justice through education, advocacy, and cross cultural dialogue. His personal experience growing up in a mixed race family in racially segregated South Africa shapes how he sees and experiences the world. In his current role he trains doctors and nurses in anti-racist practices across the United States.
These events take place 7 – 9 PM Central Time (CT), 12 AM GMT.
Register to attend here
Picture: Ella Byworth
Dates & times
12:00 am - 2:00 am | 18 June 2020