"What's Going On?": Institutional Accountability for Racial Equity in Student Success

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Date: July 21, 2021
Time: 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Location: Virtual event
Category: Workshop

There have been some positive trends in developing a more sophisticated understanding of how white folx can be individually accountable to BIPOC, for example moving past a notion of allyship to one of being an accomplice. And the call for reparations, both in the US and internationally continues to have traction. But what does it mean for an institution to be accountable for the harms of structural racism? Using the campus-wide effort for student success as an example, we will examine this question together. (Participants may want to read Tema Okun's White Supremacy Culture, and the 2021 update at https://www.whitesupremacyculture.info/).

Facilitated by: Dr. Monica Brockmeyer | Senior Associate Provost for Student Success

"What's Going On?", hosted by the Office of Multicultural Student Engagement, is a series of workshops, conversations, and brave spaces led by and for the WSU community in response to what's going on surrounding issues of racism, inclusion, equity, and social justice.

Are you a WSU Alum?  Email us to register. 
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