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Unlearning, Disrupting and Dismantling: Necessary Tasks in Addressing Racism

by Aliya Dalfen on 2022-10-25T11:25:54-04:00 in Black Heritage 365, Equity & Inclusion Dialogues, Collections Spotlight | Comments

On November 4th from 9am - 12pm, Dr. Kathy Hogarth will present a workshop on Unlearning, Disrupting and Dismantling: Necessary Tasks in Addressing Racism.

The goal of this session is to provide steps and tools for dismantling racism at all levels: to situate self both as a site of racist oppression and an agent of racial change, and to explore ways of addressing institutional policies and practices. 

Along with Dr. Kathy Hogarth's work, Humber Libraries has curated a reading list related to these themes. 

Selected Readings on the Quest for Belonging in Canada and Beyond: 

Cover ArtA space for race: Decoding racism, multiculturalism and post-colonialism in the quest for belonging in Canada and beyond. by Kathy Hogarth; Wendy L. Fletcher, 2018. 

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