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RE: Antiracism for White Scholars

Thank you all for convening our action-focused meeting. Looking forward to being a part of this next step! -Alaina -- Alaina Brenick Dr. University of Connecticut Hartford CT 9592003767 --


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RE: Antiracism for White Scholars

Hi SRCD Antiracism for White Scholars Group: Thanks for participating in SRCD's Becoming an Antiracist Society webinar last month and additional thanks to those of you who participated in the debriefing sessions on SRCD Commons . Margaret Caughy, Barbara Rogoff, and I are convening a...


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RE: Antiracism for White Scholars

I just got an off-commons question about number 6. Number 6 involves evidence of psychometric equivalence of measures across groups. This could be across groups defined by race or ethncity (or by any other social positions, incluidng immigrant vs. non-immigrant). Knight, Roosa, and Umaña-Taylor ...


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RE: Antiracism for White Scholars

Thanks for addressing these questions. I love having specific phrases for moments when I feel caught short so your examples of what exactly you can say are very helpful! -- Betsy Blackard Claremont CA --


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RE: Antiracism for White Scholars

As a part of my anti-racist work, I am trying to commit to regular engagement with this community by answering questions that came up in the webinar. One question that came up that we did not get to answer during the webinar was: Could you give examples for what bystanders to racist interactions...


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RE: Antiracism for White Scholars

Thanks Betsy and Anna for providing this valuable information! I have also recently realized that we cannot access email addresses from your commons comments. So, responding to the survey will be key to making sure we can contact everyone efficiently and via their preferred email addresses....


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RE: Antiracism for White Scholars

Thanks Holli and Betsy for your messages! For attendees that may have missed the post-webinar survey when exiting the webinar, SRCD will be sending an email next week to all registrants with links to the survey and the recording of the event. -- Anna Kimura Policy Assistant, SRCD Washington DC --


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I was prompted with the survey in a new window when the webinar ended. Not sure if it will also be sent via email? -- Betsy Blackard Claremont CA --


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RE: Antiracism for White Scholars

I mentioned Dr. Kim Crayton in the webinar. Dr. Crayton is an educator who runs antiracism workshops. Her target audience is White Folx. I enrolled in her introductory course last weekend and I believe you can purchase access to it @ https://vi.to/hubs/introduction-to-being-an-antiracist . It...


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RE: Antiracism for White Scholars

Hi Rebecca - I think I missed that. How do I find it? It would be helpful to know about when I would find out about it because it might end up in "clutter" and be hard to find. -- Holli Tonyan Dr. Northridge CA 818-677-4970 --