Time: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Location: Griggs Center Duluth,Kirby Student Center (KSC)
Talking about race and racism can be challenging for many people. It can be tempting to keep our discussions at a surface level, so as to avoid hurt, anger, shame and guilt. But open and honest discussions on race, as well as basic history and context that are often neglected in the discussions, are necessary for us to address the racial inequities that continue to challenge our personal relationships, institutions, and society.
Facilitating this workshop will be Anne Phibbs from the Office of Equity and Diversity, Twin Cities Campus
For more information about this workshop or the certificate program: https://diversity.umn.edu/?q=node/59
This session will be held in Griggs Center (Room 202 KSC) and is open to all Faculty and Staff.
To register, please click on link and scroll down to the Duluth session: https://idp2.shib.umn.edu/idp/profile/SAML2/Unsolicited/SSO?providerId=umn.csod.com&target=%252fdeeplink%252fssodeeplink.aspx%253fmodule%253dtranscript%2526loid%253d950710e3-00b8-4cc5-9c9d-a94eddfe90d2
To request disability accommodations, please contact Deb Herstad, UMD Human Resources & Equal Opportunity at 218-726-7202 or firstname.lastname@example.org.