Course at a Glance

Course:
Systemic Racism: An Examination of Personal, Social, Political, and Economic Effects and What We Can Do About It
Date:
January 19 to February 9
Location:
Online
Cost:
$35

Systemic Racism: An Examination of Personal, Social, Political, and Economic Effects and What We Can Do About It

23989

With Wheaton Griffin, Psychologist

Using concepts from the books, “White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism” and “How To Be An Antiracist,” we will examine the pervasive effects of racism in the U.S. on our lives as whites and non-whites. Honest discussion and sometimes difficult self-examination will be employed to more fully understand this important topic.

Tues., Jan. 19-Feb. 9 • 1-3 p.m.

Online

$35 • Class #: 23989

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Wheaton Griffin

Wheaton Griffin

Wheaton Griffin is a Ph.D, psychologist who has worked in private practice, independent and public schools (Pre-K through college), government and non-government organizations as an administrator, leadership coach, organizational consultant, and (his favorite) executive director of YMCA residential summer camps and environmental education centers. He is most fulfilled when creating conditions for vertical and horizontal human development in diverse, supportive, inclusive, effective, learning communities.