Teaching and Race Learning Community
In the midst of racist and anti-immigrant violence in the United States, and in response to protest movements calling for racial justice, many Vanderbilt instructors and staff have expressed a commitment to address these concerns in their teaching. As part of that commitment, they have wished to understand critical approaches to teaching about race and racial justice and to develop an ever more inclusive and just campus for students of all backgrounds. Towards this end, the Center for Teaching is hosting a learning community throughout 2020-21 that will address a variety of related topics, including the scholarship on teaching race and racial justice, the experiences of faculty and students of color at Vanderbilt, transforming conflicts around race into productive dialogue, the benefits of culturally appropriate pedagogy, reducing racial and other performance gaps for students across the disciplines, among other subjects.
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This to include you in any Brightspace course created for the learning community. If you are primarily a VUMC employee, please use provide your VU (not VUMC) VUNETID, and if you do not have one, please see this website: https://my.vanderbilt.edu/dualidentity/
Thank you
Thank you for your interest in the Teaching and Race Learning Community. We will keep in touch via email as the events are finalized.

We look forward to seeing you soon,
Joe Bandy
Assistant Director of the Center for Teaching
Affiliated Faculty in Sociology & American Studies
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