This is the first event of the speaker series How to Do Anti-Racist and Decolonial Work in the Academy and Beyond.
This interactive workshop will explore how to practice anti-racism at the individual, collective, and structural levels in your department. We will discuss what is already working and generate best practices for anti-racism in our lives, pedagogies, departmental practices/policies, and communities.
Dr. Beth Berila is an Embodied Leadership Coach & Facilitator whose work focuses on embodying anti-oppression and working for justice. She is the Director of the Gender & Women’s Studies Program and a Full Professor in the Ethnic, Gender & Women’s Studies Department at St. Cloud State University. Her most recent book, Radiating Feminism: Resilience Practices to Transform our Inner & Outer Lives, came out from Routledge in 2020. Learn more at https://www.bethberila.com/
This Zoom event is open to members of McGill's Department of English. Contact pascale.theoret-groulx [at] mcgill.ca for more information.