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Presented By: Ginsberg Center

Centering Ourselves, Our Bodies in Our Collective Work Against Racism in Community Engagement

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Join Campus Compact and the authors and editors of the recently published book, Anti-Racist Community Engagement: Principles and Practices, for a series of virtual author talks and workshops that explore how students, community members, staff, and faculty put anti-racist principles into practice at college and university campuses and in communities.

About this Workshop
Authors of the chapters "Working Against Racism Through Cross-Institutional Communities of Practice and Qi Gong" and "(Re) Centering the Body in Community Engagement as An Anti-Racist Pedagogy" lead us in this interactive workshop to learn how to center ourselves, draw on Eastern mindfulness practices, and through authentic relationship-building foster critical conversations about race and racism to achieve systems change in community engagement.

Aaliyah Baker - Department of Educational Administration at The University of Dayton
Joseph Krupczynski - University of Massachusetts Amherst
Marisol Morales - American Council on Education
Elaine Ward - Merrimack College
Kathy Yep - Pitzer College
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