What you'll learn

  • Delve into the history of racism and inequality in higher education and examine the methods necessary to integrate diversity and inclusion endeavors into programs and institutions
  • Develop a deeper understanding of anti-racism and its manifestation within higher education systems, policies, practices, and attitudes
  • Discuss and clarify the various components of a practical and sustainable practice of anti-racism in higher education that can be  distributed and re-enforced by leadership
  • Explore a range of individual and institutional interventions to address racism, as well as learn skills to  intentionally engage with a community of support through meaningful dialogue

Course description

Work on anti-racism is an ongoing process that should not rest on the shoulders of BIPOC (black, Indigenous and people of color) higher education leaders. Bravely Confronting Racism in Higher Education is a new program that will enable participants to effectively confront issues of inequality and racism within higher education from various perspectives. By the end of the program, participants will have a community of support, a greater sense of empathy, and sustainable practice components for themselves, their units, and to bring back to their community.

Instructors

  • Professor, Educational Leadership and Policy and Black Studies; Associate Dean for Equity, Community Engagement and Outreach UT Austin
  • Adjunct Associate Professor, University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education; Dean of Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging, Harvard Kennedy School

Associated Schools

  • Harvard Graduate School of Education

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