Registration is now open for a new 6-week class facilitated by social justice educator Jen Moore. It will be held using Google classroom and via Zoom calls on Tuesdays, beginning August 11 through September 15, from 6:00-8:00 pm.
Racial Justice Activism: Pitfalls and Pathways is a 6-week online course in which students learn about the most common mistakes new and seasoned white activists make while working towards racial justice. Students will then be introduced to tactics and strategies that have proven effective in the fight for racial justice. The course culminates in a series of activities which result in students developing their own customized action plan that suits their particular skill set, interest level and communities.
In this activism course students receive weekly presentation materials in the form of a pdf presentation that leads them through learning modules which include some articles, videos, and other tools to engage deeply in this work.
The required book for this course is White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard For White People To Talk About Racism by Robin DiAngelo. The link to the NTCSL online bookstore is below.
Class Tuition: $129
Required Text: $16
(If purchased through NTCSL’s online bookstore, includes delivery by mail, or in-person if local to LO, or pick-up at The Center.)
Here is the link to register for class:
Here is the link to register for class and pay using Paypal:
Here is a link to our online bookstore to purchase the book:
Scholarships are also available. Please contact Jeannine Massey, RScP for more information:
Racial Justice Activism: Pitfalls and Pathways was created and is taught by social justice educator Jen Moore, MS. In addition to teaching courses at colleges and universities, she serves as an equity coach, consultant, and speaker for schools, businesses, and organizations.