Using Dr. Robin DiAngelo’s book "What Does It Mean to be White?: Developing White Racial Literacy" to encourage personal reflection and conversation, this study group is a first step to open up conversations about whiteness, white privilege, and racism.
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Fri 10/2 & Sat. 10/3. Load up your car with your household or bubble, pack your favorite snacks, and come join us for three carpool cinema weekends, in partnership with UHeights, Project Pilgrimage, and Scarecrow Video! Featuring stories about and starring African Americans, on weekend two, we will be showing "Get Out", a 2017 American horror film written and directed by Jordan Peele in his directorial debut. Tickets are limited!
To what extent, if at all, is China a threat to the security and prosperity of the United States, or to our leadership role in the world? In part, the answer to that question depends on the answer to another question: "How stable is communist party rule in China?" Join instructor William Taylor to look at the various ways in which the party seeks to maintain control over the Chinese people, and how sustainable these methods are in the long run.