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Sustained White Antiracism: What does it mean to “do the work”? – A talk with Kate Slater
March 9, 2021 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm EST
This talk explores how we stay the course in our commitment to racial justice. Educator and scholar Kate Slater will talk about how folks (especially white-identified folks) can create structures and systems of accountability to consistently deepen and broaden their anti-racist work, and more importantly, how they stay committed for the long haul.
This is an online event held via Zoom; click here to register.
Dr. Kate Slater is a White anti-racist educator and scholar, and the creator of The Anti-Racist Roadmap, a free, downloadable document and guide for individuals to focus their time, energy, and resources in the movement for racial justice. She is the Assistant Dean of Student Affairs at Brandeis University’s Graduate School of Arts & Sciences. Previously, she worked at the Institute for Recruitment of Teachers, a nonprofit that promotes racial justice and diversity in the American education sector. Her doctoral research centers the experiences of underrepresented minoritized students at predominantly White institutions, and she also explores white racial identity development. To learn more about Kate’s work, read recent publications, or download “The Anti-Racist Roadmap,” visit Kate’s website at kateaslater.com.