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Equity Eats: Students and Faculty/Staff discuss Antiracism in Higher Education
Wed, Feb 24 2021 11:00am-12:30pm
Co-led by Liane Matti, current SOE student, Emma Buford, and Ashley Rolon-Marlowe, SOE Admissions Advisors
Join us to discuss the impact of student activism to promote antiracism and equity in our classroom, in the field, and in school admissions.
We invite you to explore the articles and resources linked below. Prior reading is not required to contribute to this SOE community discussion. We encourage you to read any of the topics that interest you.
Diversity is not inclusion
https://youtu.be/j7w2Gv7ueOc “On Diversity: Access Ain’t Inclusion” TedTalk by Anthony Jack (13 min)
What Student Activism Means for College Admissions US News
NYC Will Change Many Selective Schools to Address Segregation NY Times
In this Era of Protest over Racism, Will Colleges Embrace Black Student Activists? The Conversation
Student Voices in Higher Education
How Higher Ed Can Fight Racism: “Speak Up When It’s Hard”: (requires free Chronicle account)
OR How Higher Ed Can Fight Racism PASTED (Pasted Article on Google Docs)
A Study of Student Voice in Higher Education (Key Findings and Recommendations) Association of American Colleges and Universities, Diversity and Democracy
Walking the Walk in the Field
Authors Discuss New Book ‘From Equity Talk to Equity Walk” Inside Higher Ed
Book Conversation: From Equity Talk to Equity Walk YouTube
Connect with students and colleagues across the School of Education to discuss these topics, and consider questions such as: How do we, as a school, want to focus on antiracism and equity for all? How can we empower each other as current and future educators and counselors to promote equity in the field? How do we support equity and access for Black and Latinx prospective students entering higher education and invite them to share their goals as future educators and counselors?