Durene Wheeler, Ph.D., Professor at Northeastern Illinois University,
Department of Educational Inquiry & Curriculum Studies, and
Director of the Angelina Pedroso Center for Diversity & Intercultural Affairs
Wednesday, July 8
3:30 - 5 p.m.
Free of charge and open to the community and professionals
1.5 CEUs available for professionals
Registration for this webinar is required
Zoom link and pre-event materials will be emailed to participants 48 hours prior to the event
- become familiar with important terminology, histories, and thinkers who have influenced discourses around race and ethnicity.
- gain an understanding of the social constructions of race and difference in the U.S.
- expand their understanding of the socio-historical and socio-political forces that structure the experiences of people of color within the United States, specifically within the context of structural, institutional, and interpersonal aspects of race and ethnicity.