Anti-Racism Community of Practice – Feb 10
Posted by Campus Compact on February 9, 2021
National Campus Compact Hosts Anti-Racism Community of Practice
Racism is deeply embedded in the fabric of this country and of our higher education institutions. Through this Community of Practice (CoP), we seek to create an inclusive, co-learning space to explore the ways white supremacy and racism manifest in ourselves and in our practice of community engagement and the avenues, resources, and spaces we have to undo racism in our work and spheres of influence. We seek to create a confidential, safe, and supportive space that will facilitate co-learning and healing practices. We see this CoP as a first step towards ongoing work towards dismantling racism and white supremacy and embodying the values of full participation and equity.
Like other Campus Compact Communities of Practice, this CoP will be built by the participants, as a space for exploring and learning together. We invite participants to join us in encouraging sacred space for having critical conversations about the influence of race and racism on our identity.
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