Lessons In Liberation: Anti-Racism in Organizing, Advocacy and Policy
Making a real commitment to anti-racism in the fight for justice across organizing, advocacy, and policy platforms is essential to ensuring that we all begin to build the kind of future that truly embraces equity and equality. This commitment requires that we don't just speak about the work, but that we actually do the work as well.
In this workshop, join longtime human rights activist and author of "Towards Humanity: Shifting the Culture of Anti-Racism Organizing," Tawana Petty, as she discusses her theory on moving from solidarity to co-liberation in building anti-racist spaces, how her own work incorporates these principles, and how we can all incorporate anti-racism into our daily lives.
- Tinu Roland, We The People MI and BYP 100
- Professor Peter Hammer, Wayne Law
- Professor Dr. Andrew Newman, WSU College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
- Sarah Anthony, Michigan State House Representative
- Orlando Bailey, engagement director, BridgeDetroit