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Dismantling Hate: An Educational Series Toward Understanding and Action

This series, for the academic year 2021-22, is a campus-wide initiative that provides programming for CC students, faculty, staff, and alumni and community members from the Colorado Springs area. The purpose and goal of this educational series is to support our communities in better understanding hate — the root and outcomes — and to motivate people to take action to dismantle hate. Each educational program in the series will feature a conversation with an activist, broadly defined, who will share their work and experiences dismantling hate against marginalized communities.

Antiracism 101 with Dr. Shaun Harper

September 9, 2021 
7-8:30 p.m.
Cornerstone 131 (Screening Room)

This is a hybrid in-person/online event. Attendance in-person will require a CC ID. Members of the general public may attend via Zoom. Register for the Zoom session.

Colorado College has made a bold commitment to antiracism, but does everyone know what exactly that means? How is it different from diversity, equity, and inclusion? To answer this question we have invited Dr. Shaun Harper, founder of the newly formed Liberal Arts Colleges Racial Equity Leadership Alliance, or LACRELA, of which CC is a member. Harper is also the founder and executive director of the Race and Equity Center at University of Southern California, where he is provost professor of education and business and holds the Clifford and Betty Allen Chair in Urban Leadership. 

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