Join Dr. Chanelle Wilson, Assistant Professor of Education and Director of Africana Studies, at Bryn Mawr College, as she facilitates a journey toward deconstructing colonization and racism in the classroom via Zoom next Tuesday, October 13 at 12:30 PM EST.
The session series will provide background information about the intersections of colonization and race, specifically in the context of classrooms and social interactions, at small liberal arts institutions. We will further our exploration with the opportunity to engage in subsequent interactive small group sessions to deepen engagement, skill exploration, and strategy building. The follow-up sessions will focus on locating ourselves in oppressive structures with the analysis of current syllabi and classroom practices and working collaboratively to implement principles and practices of decolonization and anti-racism to disrupt and dismantle institutionalized systems.
Participants will leave this series with products ready to implement, immediately, or at minimum, in Spring 2020.
There is work to be done, and you are invited into the movement.
Sign up at go.wlu.edu/pedagogy.