Presented by Shane Lloyd, Assistant Director of the Afro-American Cultural Center at Yale University.
Conversations about race in the college setting typically focus on the critical work of recruiting and retaining people of color, but carefully facilitated reflection on whiteness is also an important means for enhancing one's ability to meaningfully and effectively address matters of race broadly. Participants will learn how to cultivate valuable spaces for white identity exploration and develop practical skills that are drawn from taking a critical look at institutional whiteness. Open to students and staff.
RSVP by Tuesday, April 10, 2018: http://bit.ly/CAFworkshop
~Breakfast will be provided!~
Join us as we commemorate and celebrate the life of Malcolm X. To participate in this event RSVP here. There is limited space, so it will be on a first come, first serve basis. We also will hold a visual display within the Frist Campus Center A Level during this week.
Join us for this event as the Princeton Mental Health Initiative Board presents, The Me Too Monologues Project. The Me Too Monologues project was started to let students open up anonymously about their experiences involving identity, race, sexuality, mental health and more.