systemic racism

A Citizen’s Guide to The New York Times’ 1619 Project (MCPL) – VIRTUAL

Join historian Richard Bell as he discusses the 1619 Project and tests its central claims against the evidence of the historical record. Sponsored by Friends of the Library, Rockville Memorial Chapter By now, it seems everyone has an opinion about The 1619 Project. Published in 2019, The 1619 Project was […]

Defining Critical Race Theory (Prince George’s County Memorial Library) – VIRTUAL

Join Librarian Christine Iko, of the library’s African American Department, as she breaks down the topic of Critical Race Theory. Learn about its principles and major works, theorists associated with it, and where it is being studied. Also learn about how it is being discussed in the media and banned […]

Tyler Stovall, Author of ‘White Freedom’ With James Grossman (Politics & Prose) – VIRTUAL

The era of the Enlightenment, which gave rise to our modern conceptions of freedom and democracy, was also the height of the trans-Atlantic slave trade. America, a nation founded on the principle of liberty, is also a nation built on African slavery, Native American genocide, and systematic racial discrimination. White […]

The Groundwater Approach: Building A Practical Understanding of Structural Racism (Anne Arundel County Public Library) – VIRTUAL

Registration for this event will be open from November 3, 2020 @ 9:00am to November 17, 2020 @ 1:00pm. Program Description Event Details This training is an interactive presentation on the nature and impact of structural racism and what it looks like across institutions. We examine narratives around racial disproportionality and make use […]

⭐ Critical Conversations: Racial Justice and the Immigrant Rights Movement (University of Minnesota Law School) – VIRTUAL

James H. Binger Center Annual Immigration Law Forum About this Event The Binger Center’s Annual Immigration Law Forum brings together lawyers, students, advocates and community members to learn from each other and develop tools to continue the struggle to protect human rights, basic dignity and the rule of law. This […]

⭐ A Conversation with Ijeoma Oluo, Author of ‘So You Want to Talk About Race’ (American University) – VIRTUAL

American University is honored to welcome Ijeoma Oluo, one of our nation’s preeminent voices on feminism and social justice. About this Event The Office of Undergraduate Education and Academic Student Services, in partnership with the Antiracist Research & Policy Center and the School of International Service, is thrilled to welcome […]

Seeing The Racial Water: A Virtual Half Day With Dr. Robin DiAngelo (Education for Racial Equity) – VIRTUAL

A 3.5-hour workshop with Dr. Robin DiAngelo, author of ‘White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism‘. About this Event Our original half – day offering with Dr. DiAngelo is a 3.5 hour workshop that offers the bulk of her research, systemic analysis of White […]

Being Well While Black (Happy & Healthy U) – VIRTUAL

This videoconference series provides a safe space for Black people to engage in candid conversations about well-being and access resources. About this Event This videoconference series provides a safe space for Black people to engage in candid conversations about well-being and access resources. BWWB is a continuation of the “GOOD […]