This interactive workshop aims to engage learners in a fundamental understanding of Kimberlé Crenshaw’s epistemological frame of Intersectionality. As one of the most recently acquired buzzwords of academia and pop culture, intersectionality is often misappropriated without considerations for its radical roots in exposing oppression at the complex crossroads of marginalized identity. Through theoretical explorations, introspective analysis, and interactive dialogue, this workshop will deepen our understanding of UDL through showing how attention to race, gender, and sexuality can make our classrooms more accessible, inclusive, and equitable.
Facilitated by KB Brookins (Gender and Sexuality Center) and Dr. Skyller Walkes (Assistant Dean of Diversity and Inclusion, College of Pharmacy)
You do not have to have attended the first and/or second workshop in the UDL Spring Series to attend this one. All are welcome.
Lunch served. Please RSVP at bit.ly/udl20.