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Anti-black Racism in the U.S.

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Social Transformation
Duration
9 weeks
Weekly Study
4-6 HOURS
Dates
Jun 25-Aug 26
Register By
June 25, 2020
Fee: (Waitlist is Free)

This course will examine anti-black racism and racial prejudice in North American society in some of its most serious manifestations, explore the content and significance of relevant Bahá'í authoritative texts, and consider how Bahá'ís can initiate meaningful conversations and public discourse in a variety of contexts. It will begin with an exploration of definitions of race, racism, and prejudice. It will then turn to such subjects as understanding colonialism and slavery; the prison/industrial complex; Black Lives Matter and policing issues; white privilege and bias/stereotyping; housing and education segregation; violence against black women; Jim Crow and the Civil Rights Movement; and one human family—the Bahá'í community.

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teacher
Gwendolyn Etter-Lewis, PhD
Professor, Miami University, Oxford, OH

One of my primary research goals/passions is to uncover and restore the history of African American women in the Bahá’í Faith. Many courageous black women made significant contributions from the very beginning. Knowing their life stories empowers us all. Another goal/passion is to help African American youth obtain a college... See Faculty Bio

teacher
Anthony Outler, PhD
Asst Principal, Mary McCleod Bethune Middle School

I have been an educator in K-12 schools for the past 18 years. I have served as a classroom teacher, instructional coach, social and emotional learning coach, and currently serve as a school administrator. All of my work has been in Title I schools with majority populations of Black students... See Faculty Bio

teacher
Nicola Daniels, MSc
WI Registrar & Student Services Specialist

I was born in Kingston, Jamaica. My interest in music, theatre, and the literary arts led me to abandon my academic degrees and a career in the Forensic Sciences, to take up a position with the British Council Caribbean as Arts & Education Officer. I worked for several years as... See Faculty Bio

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