BLM 2019 Teach-In: Safety and Well-Being
The BLM 2019 Teach-In: Safety and Well-Being will be held on Friday, April 12. This years’ Teach-In brings together perspectives, ideas and theories related to a very core concern to all on campus: how do we feel safe and what can well-being mean to us and what does it look like? The theme of Safety and Well-Being interrogates the idea of what safety is within the grander context of an oppressive society. How do we practice self-care when faced with not only institutional racism, but with overt racist behaviors and attitudes? What steps do we take towards wellness?

The goal of Black Lives Matter Pratt (BLM-Pratt) is to showcase workshops and panels from some of the most creative and critically forward thinkers of our time. We believe in fostering conversations that inspire, educate, and engage with the Brooklyn community in substantial ways.

We welcome proposals for the Teach-In from all on campus: students, faculty, and staff. To submit a proposal for a session, please submit the form below. We welcome non-traditional formats, performances, spoken word, workshops, readings, dance, anything you feel you would like to share on campus. Deadline for proposals is Friday, March 8th, 2019.

The BLM 2019 Teach-In: Safety and Well-Being will take place in the Student Union on the Brooklyn campus on Friday, April 12. Workshops will be either in the morning from 10 AM to 12 PM or the early afternoon from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM.

Questions? Please contact us at blm@pratt.edu.

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