Race & Reparations: A Four-Week Study Group

When:
April 8, 2021 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
2021-04-08T19:00:00-04:00
2021-04-08T20:30:00-04:00

An Opportunity to Learn Together and Exchange Ideas
brought to you by CBI’S Social Action Committee

Race and Reparations:

A FOUR-WEEK STUDY GROUP

Four Thursday Evenings, 7-8:30, MARCH 18-APRIL 8
Each week participants will independently view specific short
videos on topics of race, the experience of being white, and the
controversial topic of reparations for African Americans. There will
also be optional readings would enhance learning. Then, during
weekly Zoom meetings hosted by Doris Gordon and other members
of the Social Action Committee, participants will discuss the week’s
assigned video and have an opportunity to share personal
reflections. This program will offer the opportunity to discuss these
timely topics in a safe and confidential space.
To ensure comfort and continuity, participation in these four study
sessions will be limited to the first 10-12 people who express
interest and who can commit to attending all four sessions.  If you
would like to partake in this learning opportunity, please contact Jay
Jacoby at jbjacoby@uncc.edu as soon as possible.
Our topics for discussion are:
March 18: John Biewen/Peggy McIntosh, Unpacking the Knapsack of White Privilege
March 21: Robin DiAngelo, Developing Racial Literacy
April 1: Ta-Nehisi Coates/Bill Moyers, The Case for Reparations
April 8: Sandy Darity, A Blueprint for Reparations in the United States

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