Racial Literacy Roundtables

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Racial Literacy Roundtables

Led by collaborators from TLTE, CYAF and the Teacher Scholars Academy, the Racial Literacy Roundtables are for CEHS students, particularly pre-service teachers, to work on developing racial literacy skills. Specifically, racial literacy is “a skill and practice in which individuals are able to probe the existence of racism and examine the effects of race and institutionalized systems on their experiences and representations in U.S. Society” (Sealey-Ruiz, 2017, p. 129). Together through the Racial Literacy Roundtables, we are seeking to find and claim our abilities as anti-racists from a variety of backgrounds and identities.


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"Race is something you can’t just ignore, and treating everyone the same is not the answer. We need to embrace everyone’s differences and learn about everyone’s story.”   
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Racial Literacy Roundtables for AY 2022-2023

The Racial Literacy Roundtables will be hosting three online roundtables during Fall Semester 2022 and three online roundtables during Spring Semester 2023. We may add additional webinars and events to our line-up as the year progresses.

This year we will be tracking participation and offering various incentives for ongoing participation! Please come, participate and win t-shirts and stickers!

Each event will be at https://unl.zoom.us/j/98372407482. Each event also starts at 6pm and goes until 7:30pm on the dates listed below.

To participate in our roundtables and webinars, please fill in the registration form below. Registration is required. We are looking forward to seeing you!

Select the roundtables you would like attend. Required
If you identify as part of one or more racially minoritized group(s) (e.g., Black, Indigenous, Latinx, Asian, Pacific Islander, Desi, etc.) would you prefer to engage in a roundtable discussion with others who hold similar identities?
Are you participating in the Racial Literacy Roundtables to fulfill a course requirement? Required