Anti-Racist Pedagogy Across the Curriculum (ARPAC) Workshop
The purpose of the award-winning ARPAC project is to provide intensive training for faculty commited to incorporating anti-racist pedagogy into courses across disciplines and across campus. ARPAC consists of an annual faculty development workshop and follow-up sessions which support faculty in their teaching, and foster a community of educators commited to anti-racist praxis.
The workshop will be led by nationally recognized scholars Emily Drew (Willarnette University) and Victor Rodriguez (California State University, Long Beach), educators Arnelia Ortega (Columbia University and Smith College) and Matthea Marquart (Columbia University), and Core Organizer Trainers frorn Crossroads Anti-Racisrn Organizing and Training, Joy Bailey, and Jessica Va.zque.z Torres.
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The workshop includes sessions on:
• Analyzing and Understanding Systemic Racism
• Anti-Racist Pedagogy in Higher Education
• Anti-Oppression Strategies in the Online Classroom
The workshop is open to teaching faculty from all higher education institutions.
The ARPAC Workshop is sponsored by Minnesota State through a Multi-Carnpus Collaboration Grant; Community Anti-Racism Education Initiative and Multicultural Resource Center at St. Cloud State University; Division of Equity and Inclusion, Acadernic Affairs, and Center for Teaching and Learning at Minneapolis Community and Technical College; and Southwest Minnesota State University.
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