How to Talk about Race [ALA Webinar]
Hosting book discussions and/or community conversations can be daunting when we are not equipped to manage certain aspects of a conversation. “How to talk about Race” is a brief but insightful introduction to moderating discussions relating to race. Conversations about race are deeply personal and can be polarizing; the content we have created serves as a guide to navigate these discussions while maintaining a respectful environment. The purpose of this webinar is to walk away with applicable tools to utilize in book discussions and community conversations, learn how to establish ground rules for a group discussion, understanding an identity wheel and its purpose, and develop strategies for disruptive participants.
Amrita S. Patel (Library Outreach Coordinator/Supervisor at Charlotte Mecklenburg Library) and Denise LaForce (Circulation at Charlotte Mecklenburg Library)
- Tuesday, October 29, 2019
- 2:00pm - 3:30pm
- Alderman 423
- LHR Learning and Development Calendar
- ALA Webinar.
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