Thursday, April 6, 2017 @ 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM in ASAC 106
This workshop provides opportunities to identify, analyze, and explore the characteristics of whiteness using the framework of popular education. Participants will engage in activities that will allow them to develop a deeper understanding of the impact of white supremacy in our culture and within ourselves.
Workshop Facilitator: Sha’an Mouliert, M.Ed., is a consultant, community organizer, educator, artist, and a Vermonters for Criminal Justice Reform board member. She chaired Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom’s (WILPF) racial justice committee and as a WILPF delegate, attended the 2001 United Nations World Conference against Racism held in Durban, South Africa. In 2015, Lyndon State College awarded her their Presidential Medal of Distinction. She has facilitated conflict resolution, human potential, creative arts, racial justice, and community organizing workshops and trainings nationally and internationally.
Please RSVP via the Outlook appointment sent by Darcie Miles.