This program will address the questions: What is Race? How does Race operate in American Society? This program is interactive, so participants may come with questions in advance or pose questions based on the submitted material. Topics covered may include but are not limited to: key definitions and statistics, biological conceptions of race, slavery, white supremacy, cultural labor, disenfranchisement, stereotypes, prejudice, riots, implicit bias, micro-aggressions, restorative and reparative approaches to equity and inclusion, and novel conceptions of diversity.
This workshop will be conducted by Dr. Kara Hunt.
A Maryland native, Kara Hunt is the Director of Education & Outreach for the Maryland Commission on Civil Rights, a mediator, and a research enthusiast. Her graduate research was centered on the intersection of diversity, critical theory, and communication and she now applies that research to her current work in civil rights enforcement, education, and outreach.
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