Colgate Conversations Brown Bag Series

“Recognizing and Interrupting White Supremacy Culture”

Odette Rodriguez (Program Coordinator, Center for Women's Studies) and Noha Shahba '23

White supremacy culture is an artificial, historically constructed culture which expresses and justifies white supremacy as a system of power. As such, characteristics of our larger culture can often reflect and reinforce white supremacy through seemingly mundane or innocuous ways. This session will help to identify and name manifestations of white supremacy while developing tools to combat it.

Part of Colgate IGD Initiatives, Colgate Conversations attendance counts as one hour toward a Wellness Passport credit. Lunch from Hamilton Whole Foods provided, please BYO sustainable beverage of choice!

Monday, February 17 at 12:15pm to 1:15pm

Benton Hall, 200 (Rosensweig Seminar Room)
13 Oak Dr., Hamilton, NY 13346

Event Format

Lectures, colloquia, seminars, etc., Brown bags

Hashtag

#IGD; #intergroupdialogue

Contact E-mail

pgramlich@colgate.edu

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