The Whidbey Institute is partnering with others in the community to spread the word about this upcoming event!
Robin DiAngelo, Sunday March 25th, 1 to 3 pm at The Clyde
Dr. Robin DiAngelo will guide her audience to understand the role of white people in addressing and undoing racism. She is a former Associate Professor of Education. She is a two-time winner of the Student’s Choice Award for Educator of the Year from the University of Washington. Her scholarship is in White Racial Identity and Race Relations, and she has extensive experience as a workplace consultant in issues of race relations and racial justice. She was appointed to co-design the City of Seattle’s Race & Social Justice Initiative Training. She has numerous publications and books, including, “What Does it Mean to be White?: Developing White Racial Literacy. Her work on White Fragility has influenced the national dialogue on race and been featured in Alternet, Salon, NPR, PBS, The New York Times, The Atlantic, Slate and Colorlines.
Three follow up conversations in the following weeks will be facilitated by Rose Homme, Diana Sandoval, James DeLong, Janet Staub, Belinda Griswold and Dan McGee.
These conversations will provide space to explore what came up during the talk will be provided at no cost, open to the public. Childcare available. To reserve a spot, email email@example.com.
Dates and locations of follow-up conversations:
Saturday, 3/31, Healing Circles, Langley, 1 to 4 pm.
Sunday, 4/8, Storyhouse, Whidbey Institute, Clinton, 1 to 4 pm.
Wednesday, 4/18, Freeland Hall, 5:30 to 8:30 pm.