Critical thinking for racial literacy

Friday, June 29

2018 Community Leadership Series

Minnesota communities are rapidly diversifying. Every community member has a role to play in what happens next. So how can we improve our thinking, especially when it comes to issues of race?

This webinar breaks down the key elements of critical thinking to examine some of the basic concepts and misconceptions about race and Minnesota communities. It's a great start for people starting to explore the impact of race in their life and to explore the questions you've long wondered about race.

Presenter(s)

Eriks Dunens

Eriks Dunens
Statewide educator
University of MN Extension

 
Fernando Burga

Fernando Burga
Assistant professor
University of Minnesota's Humphrey School of Public Affairs

 

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Event information

Date(s)
Friday, June 29
Time
11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Location
Online

Cost

No cost

Registration

Registration ends June 20, 2018

Registered participants receive additional information including link to online meeting space and materials one week prior to the session.

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