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Dismantling Racism: Decolonizing Systems, Decolonizing Minds
September 2 @ 6:30 pm
The JLF (Jaipur Literature Festival) Colorado is hosting a live virtual conversation with eminent Colorado authors and scholars who will discuss Dismantling Racism through Decolonizing Systems, Wednesday, September 2, 2020, 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm, MDT via ZOOM. JLF Colorado is inviting the community to join the conversation and hear from locally acclaimed scholars of ethnic and environmental studies as they discuss how systemic racism is intrinsic to the dominant cultural narrative that pervades U.S. society, a narrative created by those who hold power and privilege.
The session will focus on how people in the U.S. can dismantle systemic racism and create positive change in this country and around the world. Click below to register for the Wednesday, September 2nd event, 6:30 – 8:00 pm MDT:
• Dismantling Racism: Decolonizing Systems, Decolonizing Minds
Eminent Colorado Scholar/Writers on Dismantling Systemic Racism through Dismantling the Dominant Narrative.
Natalie Avalos, Ph.D., CU-Boulder, Assistant Professor, Ethnic Studies
Jeanine Canty, Ph.D., Naropa University, Professor, Environmental Studies
Enrique Sepúlveda, Ph.D., CU-Boulder, Assistant Professor, Ethnic Studies
Registration for the event can be found on Eventbrite. For more information about JLF Colorado, please visit jlflitfest.org/Colorado.
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