Courageous Discomfort: How to Have Important, Brave, and Life-Change Conversations About Race and Racism
Sponsored by The ECE Club and Dr. Cherie Crosby-Weeks
Dates and Book Topics (All Sessions Occur Via Zoom) on Thursdays from 7-8 pm.
Sessions will not be recorded but additional resources will be provided for each session.
All sessions require you to sign up for each Zoom session. Sign up coming soon! Dr. Crosby-Weeks will also purchase 10 e-copies for the first 10 students who are interested.
Head and Heart Sessions
Session 1: November 3 from 7-8 pm
Why Should I get Involved?
I’m a Good Person, How Can I Be Racist?
Session 2: November 17 from 7-8 pm
Would It Help to Say Sorry?
Should I See Color?
Session 3: December 1 from 7-8 pm
Where Are You Really From?
Why Don’t People of Color Trust Me?
What If I Say Something Wrong?
Friends and Relationship Sessions
Session 4: December 8 from 7-8 pm
What Does Being An Ally Really Mean?
How Racist Does a Relative Have to Be For Me to Confront Them?
How Do I Confront Loved Ones Even If They Don’t Want to Listen?
Work and Community Sessions
Session 5: January 5 from 7-8 pm
If I See Something, When Do I Say Something?
Does It Always Have to Be About Race?
Session 6: January 12 from 7-8 pm
What’s the Harm in Being Couragous?
Why Are Black Women So Angry?
Session 7: February 2 from 7-8 pm
Why Can’t I Just Do My Job?
Can’t I Do Anything Right?
What Isn’t It All Lives Matter?