Webinar: Lessons from National Protests: Strategies for Curriculum and Community Engagement
Utilizing the current national protests for foundational engagement and learning, this webinar will provide strategies to incorporate anti-racism and race-equity into curriculum and community action, providing resources needed to facilitate dialogue and learning through socio-political activism. Introducing race as a framing lens through elements of critical race theory, this session will introduce approaches to inform teaching methodology, cross-cultural communication, connection, interaction, and engagement – during this period of national and global disruption. This session will be led by Dr. Nkenge Friday, Assistant Vice Chancellor for Strategic Initiatives in the Office of Diversity and Inclusion and Dr. Helen Fagan, Director of Leadership Engagement for Rural Futures Institute at the University of Nebraska, and Assistant Professor of Practice.
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