Please join School of Geography and Development and the Southern Arizona Geographers’ Association (SAGA) on Friday, Sept. 22 for a special colloquium/forum on “Dismantling White Supremacy in Our Classrooms and Communities”.
The session will go this Friday from 3:30-4:30pm with a half hour of socializing starting at 3:00pm in ENR2 S230.
This colloquium will be conducted as a moderated forum where members of our student body, faculty, and community can share ideas about how to better support equity and diversity in Tucson through maintaining engaged and safe learning spaces on campus.
The following people will be kicking off the conversation by sharing where this topic intersects with their teaching and work:
- Nura Dualeh from the Office of Student Engagement
- Stefano Bloch from the School of Geography and Development
- Michael Kotutwa Johnson from the School of Natural Resources and Environment
- Sherard Robbins Assistant Dean of Students Housing and Residential Life Assistant Director - Equity & Engagement Program
Members of the audience will then be invited to engage in reflection and dialogue.