Expansion of curriculum and co-curricular activities related to addressing diversity, social justice, racial inequality, racial injustice, and racism in our society
- Design instructional strategies and opportunities on how multicultural and antiracist education transforms the curriculum so that faculty and students acquire the knowledge, attitudes, and skills needed to become effective citizens in a pluralistic democratic society.
- Design instructional opportunities to further participate in a series of facilitated discussions, listening sessions, and workshops that allow us to process and share our thinking and learning.
- Identify social justice, racial inequality, and racial injustice education instruction that utilizes multi- and interdisciplinary perspectives and project-based, active, and collaborative teaching/learning approaches.
- Design professional development for faculty to lead more advanced discussion sessions about various materials and resources, and to engage in dialogues about the readings or film documentaries with students, faculty, and staff.
- Identify opportunities for faculty to research, develop, and practice culturally relevant pedagogies.
- Identify opportunities and support for faculty and student research on diversity, social justice, racial inequality, racial injustice, and racism in our society.
Facilitator: Dr. Katie Rybakova
Task Force Members: Brian Bernatchez; Steve Kahl; Ryley Velozo; Alicia Wilcox; Mike Akanji; Michael Sales; Dan Leland; Carol Jollotta, Mackenzi Veilleux