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The LifeLong Learning Lounge summer workshop series is facilitated in partnership of the HSU Library, The Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Human Resources, and Extended Education & Global Engagement
Whiteness Accountability Space: Processing Emotions and Moving to Anti-Racist Action
Everyone is welcome to these sessions intended to provide a space for White folks to process feelings around anti-blackness, police brutality, and systemic racism in order to move toward anti-racist action. These sessions will encourage participants to stay connected to their feelings and their bodies as we discuss and share.

The purpose is to allow for people to discuss whiteness and critically reflect, process, and ask questions with the intention of mitigating harm caused to Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) colleagues, community, and students when White people participate in conversations and spaces that are diverse. These sessions will be facilitated by White facilitators.

This is a weekly series to hold a space for what can be difficult conversations. Though we encourage people to join as often as they can, there is no expectation that anyone should attend every week or even more than once. Everyone is welcome and can join at any time.

To support people who have several daily Zoom or other online commitments, these sessions begin at 12:05pm and end at 12:55pm to allow for people to move from previous and following appointments.

Facilitators: Meridith Oram, Tim Miller, Loren Collins, Len Wolff, Chuck Powell
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