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(Not) Another Anti-Racist Reading Group: From Discussion to Action

Members of the Diversity Committee and facilitators/attendees of the Antiracist Reading Group for the UNCG Libraries will be presenting an ASERL workshop titled, (Not) Another Anti-Racist Reading Group: From Disucssion to Action, on February 1, 2021, at 2 p.m. EST.  The panel will include Deborah Yun Caldwell, Juanita Thacker, Melody Rood, and Suzanne Sawyer. Discussions will revolve around methods and outcomes of the group since its founding last June.  Register Here: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/2764838948404042766 Author and professor, Ibram X. Kendi wrote, “The only way to undo racism is to consistently identify and describe it — and then dismantle it." In the months since the Black Lives Matter uprisings in the summer of 2020, much has been written about the use of reading lists and book clubs to educate and facilitate difficult conversations about racism, and much more has been said in the years leading up to these events. Reading groups are often proposed as a

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