We are happy to share with you current Haverford College courses focused on power, privilege, and difference. As we continue to work to respond to the request from BSRFI (Black Students Refusing Further Inaction) for a new Bi-Co course, we wanted to also acknowledge the enduring and very good work of faculty who are currently teaching such courses.
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Asian / American Identity and Anti-Asian Racism: Conversation with Friend in Residence, Mr. Mas Nakawatase, Human Rights Activist & Organizer
Anti-Asian hate crimes are on the rise since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Why? What can we do about it? The student facilitators will be asking Mr. Masaru Edmund Nakawatase, Friend in Residence, questions such as: “Is anti-Asian sentiment in the US new?,” “How has Asian American activism changed overtime?,” “How are you navigating being an activist during the pandemic?,” and “What does it mean to be in solidarity with other minority groups, such as Black and Asian solidarity?”
- Anti-racism resources
- Learn about Black history and activism
- Books by Black Activists
- Learn about unconscious bias
- Being Black and LGBTQ
- Open Yale course - African American History: From Emancipation to the Present
- Human Rights Campaign: Communities of Color
- Human Rights Campaign: Tools for equality and inclusion.
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