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Unlearning Racism

Unlearning Racism is a brave and supportive space to begin or continue the work of exploring white privilege. We will think together to learn how we can become better allies to each other and to Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC). This initiative is sponsored by the Office of Diversity and Community Relations and Human Resources.

Learning outcomes include:
  • Practice reflection and conversation to improve recognition of your biases and the impact they have so you can be more intentional and inclusive in your interactions with colleagues and students of color.
  • Develop and apply allyship and accompliceship behaviors to deepen your relationships.
  • Develop skills and strategies to interrupt racism.
  • Build skills for cross cultural dialogue.

Read more in INSIGHT into Diversity's November 2021 web article White Faculty and Staff at PCOM Address Biases Through ‘Unlearning Racism’ Program.