(Joerg Carstensen/dpa via AP) At Oregon State University, they’re trying to improve faculty perspective.
Hence, the school recently held a five-day seminar for its educators.
Conducted by Dr. Tenisha Tevis and Dr. Dwaine Plaza, the symposium was a multi-point exploration.As advertised on OSU’s site , the training built “on the tenets of the 2020 faculty senate pledge to [the school’s] Black students.”As such, participation “[allowed] faculty to engage in issues of whiteness and systemic racism in the institution as well as more broadly in the United States.”From the sound of things, whiteness is a weed: Faculty will explore how whiteness in […]
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