Eroding White Supremacy: A Curricular and Humanist Approach to Bridging the Racial Reality Gap
Faculty from California State University, Sacramento have taken a novel approach to teaching about equity in undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral level diversity courses. A curriculum that examines this nationís history from a humanist perspective, i.e. abolitionists and others, has provided an opening by which to address and dismantle the blocks upon which white supremacy have been rooted since the founding of this nation. Last year, CTA Participants who attended our presentation of this curriculum learned about the unique nature of the curriculum and itsí impact on students in higher education. This team has been working with an 8th grade educator to adapt the curriculum for piloting at the 8th grade level. Participants will learn about the original findings and about the newly created curriculum for 8th grade piloting.
Seminar Information
Seminar Date:
August 09, 2022
Eroding White Supremacy: A Curricular and Humanist Approach to Bridging the Racial Reality Gap
Speaker Information
Sajdah Abdul,  [ view bio ]
Rose Borunda
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2023 Summer Pass Program: 1.50
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This seminar is presented free of charge.