Racial & Ethnic Identities in the U.S. - Myths & Facts

Racial & Ethnic Identities in America – Myths and Facts: A Training and Development Opportunity for Williams Staff 
Dr. Khyati Y. Joshi

This workshop focuses on the multifaceted role of race in American History and its enduring legacy on our nation today. Specifically, audience members will be presented with a narrative that shows how Supreme Court decisions concerning citizenship, immigration laws and Jim Crow policies contributed to the development of Whiteness in America and how these historical moments continue to shape our nation. Participants will view "Race the Power of an Illusion, Episode III: The House I Live In", which provides an overview on the legal and social construction of race. 

Stay afterwards for a lunch presentation open to faculty and staff. RSVP on the Human Resources website for your chance to win a free copy of "Teaching for Diversity and Social Justice". 

For more information, contact Shawna at sps3@williams.edu.

Wednesday, February 21 at 9:00am to 1:00pm

Griffin Hall, 3


Davis Center, Center for Learning in Action

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