Let's Talk About Color

By Natasha L Harris

Purdue University

This webinar features a panel of Purdue students who describe the issues they face in and outside of the classroom that can affect their performance in their courses, both face-to-face and online.

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Version 1.0 - published on 11 Aug 2020

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In the first half of our webinar series, CILMAR has been focusing on putting intercultural learning into the distance learning environment as COVID-19 caused quick pivots in study abroad plans. In this second half of the series, we turn our attention toward creating classrooms—both face to face and distance learning—which are inclusive.

CILMAR is excited to support the work of Natasha Harris, Assistant Director of Science Diversity in Purdue’s College of Science, in organizing a panel on colorism and the range of racialized experiences our students have. We hope you will join us in learning from others’ perspectives in a recorded discussion entitled “Let’s Talk About Color…” on Friday, July 24. During this timely and insightful session, a panel of Purdue students will describe the issues they face in and outside of the classroom that can affect their performance in courses, both face-to-face and online.

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