partners in movement
This experiential mini-conference, shaped by the principles of anti-racism, is designed for students who acknowledge systems of white privilege and oppression and desire to further explore their personal and collective responsibility within a racialized society. The mini-conference will begin with Allyhood Foundations, an interactive conversation promoting increased awareness and knowledge around racism, white privilege and allyhood. Subsequently, participants will exercise deep listening, practice empathy, engage in self-reflection, and identify skills necessary for becoming more effective Partners in Movement.
Concepts to be explored include:
White Savior Complex | Empathy | Color-blindness vs. Color-consciousness
Active vs. Passive Racism | Bystander Intervention
Saturday, March 9, 2013 | 10:00 am -3:00 pm | Hall of Nations, Centennial Hall
Partners in Movement Registration Form
Reserve your spot by February 28. Hurry... space is limited to 40 participants.
Registration is free and lunch will be provided.
For questions or to request accommodations, contact Angela Birrittella at (608) 785-5094