PCC’s spring's Leading EDJ Series: Building Your Racial Literacy series was hosted as part of continuing skill building focused on breaking down racial and cultural barriers and cultivating a sense of belonging that supports a climate of cultural safety and humility. During the months of March and April 2022, the series introduced content and strategies that offered participants multiple and varied opportunities to learn and practice building racial literacy knowledge and skills. We invite you to join us on the essential journey to create and sustain vibrant learning and working environments committed to equity, inclusion, and justice as participants of this spring’s Leading EDJ Series.
Leading Purposeful Conversations about Racism
April 8, 2022
In this session, Dr. John Pascarella will engage participants in a series of learning experiences that focus on leading purposeful conversations about race and racism, how participants perceive the emotions and intentions of others in conversations about racism, and how to use practical strategies and racially literate language to leading a more purposeful and meaningful conversations about racism with colleagues, students, and campus community mem
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Challenging Intersectional Racism
April 1, 2022
Dr. John Pascarella will engage participants in a series of learning experiences that focus on building racial awareness of how participants story themselves as having both privileges & disadvantages, how participants perceive those intersections as more or less important to our identity, and how to use practical strategies for learning how to recognize and challenge racial prejudices that emerge from those interactions. Part of PCC's Leading EDJ: Building Racial Literacy.
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Addressing Racial Bias and Inequities through Policy and Practice
March 25, 2022
In this session, Dr. Royel Johnson will engage participants in a series of learning experiences that focus on equipping participants with the practical skills and strategies for redressing racial bias and inequities within their spheres of influence on campus. Part of PCC's Leading EDJ (Equity, Diversity, & Justice) Series.
Please note, the workshop included a significant amount of group work. During this time, the recording was paused recording to protect the sensitivity of the conversation.
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Developing Knowledge and Awareness about Race and Racism
March 18, 2022
Dr. Royel Johnson engaged participants in a series of learning experiences that focus on building knowledge and awareness about how race, racism, and other intersecting systems of oppression that affects the everyday lives of students and colleagues of color, and the practical strategies necessary for moving from a race-evasive to a race-conscious mindset in everyday thinking, decisions, and campus practices.
Building Racial Literacy with Linda Sarsour
February 23, 2022
Linda Sarsour, award-winning racial justice and civil rights activist and seasoned community organizer shares about her transformative intersectional organizing work and movement building towards deeper racial justice.
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