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The Virus of Racism
You can’t be Neutral on a Moving Train: A Conversation about White Privilege
This is a chance to come together to listen with awareness and reflect on white privilege. Together we will discuss and explore how white privilege impacts our personal lives and our practice.
DATE: Tuesday, December 1, 2020
Time: 1 - 2 PM EST
Online. Register for the event here
Join a conversation about white privilege and what happens when racial identity is confronted. What triggers the tensions that prevent consensus when we talk about individual accountability and privilege? How can we learn more about being advocates of racial justice and allies to support the Black community?
Presenter: Cornelia Trahan
Cornelia Trahan is a student in the joint University of Rhode Island and Rhode Island College Ph.D. in Education program. Her research addresses identity formation across contexts of digital literacy, storytelling, and leadership development. She is committed to antiracism and knows the critical first step in being a change agent is to own her white privilege. Let’s connect for an hour and have an authentic conversation about white privilege to learn and support each other.