Hosted by: Sarita Addy
Panel includes: Michelle Dubem, Lenworth Wallace
The conversation around anti-Black racism has mostly focused on strategies for eliminating racism within organizations and communal settings. However, tools and strategies can only go so far when we have been socially conditioned into anti-Blackness. In this webinar, we will explore how we can unlearn internalized anti-Black racism.
Audience/Level: This is an introductory level webinar for people looking to unlearn concepts and attitudes pertaining to anti-Black racism.
NOTE: This webinar will be offered in English with live French interpretation and closed captioning in both languages.
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