Cries of racism and calls for social justice seem to be everywhere in today’s society. Yet understanding and confronting these issues is often impaired because openly discussing race can be challenging, if not downright intimidating.
Would you like to know more about the different forms of historical and contemporary racism? Would you like to develop strategies for talking openly about this thorny issue? Would you like to develop strategies for building a more just world?
If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, please join our newly formed antiracism reading group.
Facilitator - Dr. Lee Bebout and an OLLI at ASU member co-facilitator
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