Date & Time
Thursday, November 14, 2013 - 5:00pm to 7:00pm
Delphine Intercultural Center
Are you looking to better understand white privilege, learn more about how it operates within us, and find a place to hone your communications skills about how to challenge and address racism and white privilege? Especially when you are talking with white people about these issues? In this community session we'll use experiential processes to try out a practice we call critical humility: a way of communicating with confidence about justice and equality while remembering that there is a lot we don't know. We welcome people of color to this session, and our main focus will be on helping white folks work with this communication strategy to become more effective anti-racism activists.
Join Saint Mary’s MA in Leadership Faculty Doug Paxton and Linda Sartor, along with two additional members of the European-American Collaborative for Challenging Whiteness, for an interactive workshop at the Intercultural Center's Delphine Lounge, entitled: Learning to Challenge White Privilege Using Critical Humililty. This event is free and open to everyone.