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Sustaining Conversations on Racism in the Classroom

How Discussions of Racism and Other Social Issues Can Enhance Classroom Learning


Hosted by the authors of “A Guide for Sustaining Conversations on Racism, Identity, and our Mutual Humanity,” this webinar demonstrates how unexpected discussions of racism and other social issues within the classroom can deepen rather than undermine course content.
Through group conversation, Steve Burghardt, Linda Lausell Bryant, and Mohan Vinjamuri will model how such “interruptions” can enhance learning and motivate students to expand their approach to academic discourse rather than undermine rigorous academic study.
The supplemental PowerPoint presentation provides frameworks and tools to dismantle the idea that social justice-related discussions subvert either academic freedom or academic excellence.
All webinar attendees will receive a free print copy of “A Guide for Sustaining Conversations on Racism, Identity, and our Mutual Humanity” by Steve Burghardt, Kalima DeSuze, Linda Lausell Bryant, and Mohan Vinjamuri.
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