Normally, we meet summer and winter quarters. But we’d love to spend more time with you. Join us this fall quarter for Staff Reads! We will be focusing on several texts and TedTalks around the theme of Critical Race Theory. We will spend some time reading Richard Delgado’s book of the same title, and watching a Ted Talk by Kimberlé Crenshaw. Even if you’ve already spent time with these texts and ideas, we can learn and grow together.
Staff Reads is open to any person employed by UW Tacoma in any capacity.
What is Staff Reads? Inspired by the UW Tacoma Strategic Plan and Real Lit[erature], Staff Reads is a collaboration between the Center for Equity and Inclusion, The Center for Student Involvement, and the UW Tacoma Library. The reading group seeks to create greater awareness and discussion of the experiences being had by our students, staff, and community members.
By interacting with non-fiction texts that discuss different issues being faced in our community, the reading group provides opportunities to dialogue and learn from each other. Additional benefits have included creating community by reducing isolation, and enhancing campus education through peer-based discussion groups.
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