301: Using the Antiracist Praxis Guide: Strategies for Teaching and Research

    Presenters: Jermaine Jones (CAS-Literature/Writing Studies), George Koors (University Library) & Marnie Twigg (CAS-Literature/Writing Studies) 

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    Time: 2:50 PM – 3:40 PM

    Session Description

    The aim of this workshop is to help instructors and staff use the Antiracist Praxis Subject Guide to better address the challenges to equity at a PWI (Primarily White Institution). Attendees will learn how to use the guide as a resource to create commitments to antiracism that are sustainable and theory-informed through our course documents, research habits, and administrative work. We will use the guide’s specific sections on the psychological impacts of racism and performative allyship as models for how we might move from learning about a concept in the guide to integrating it into our practice.

    Learning Outcomes

    • Understand how to productively use the Antiracist Praxis Subject Guide inside and outside the classroom
    • Generate ideas for incorporating the guide into their teaching and research

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