DIALOGUE ON RACE BLOG
This image is the front cover of “Women’s Rights Emerges within the Antislavery Movement 1830-1870” written by Kathryn Kish Sklar in 2000 The story of abolition is often marked by incredible figures, such as Frederick Douglass, Henry “Box” Brown, John...
How to Recognize and Celebrate Black History What are some of the ways we can truly acknowledge Black history and celebrate that history today? The first way is to affirm that this subject is present and deserves attention all months out of the year - it should...
Our Statement There has been a recent wave of Anti-Asian violence occurring all over the country. In 2020 alone, the advocacy group Stop AAPI Hate received 2,800 reports, 240 of which were physical assaults. In January, a 91 year-old man in Oakland's Chinatown...
This was a wonderful experience which I felt really brought home the concepts of institutional racism and white privilege. Our group was soon comfortable with each other and able to have an open dialogue on these tough concepts via the guidance of our two wonderful moderators. I strongly recommend this to anyone who wants to understand how racism is having an impact on people of color in the modern world.
- Heather M.
The Dialogue on Race series has been one of the most significant learning experiences I've ever had the pleasure to be a part of. I highly recommend it to anyone who's seriously interested in having an open and honest dialogue (not debate) on race and who also wants to play their role in dismantling racism in our community.
- Eric D.