Privilege & Silence: Identifying & Dismantling White Supremacy | Workshop
Friday 25th of June
3 - 5pm
Zandra Yeaman, University of Glasgow, The Hunterian
The current use of the terms ‘race’ and ‘racial’ have developed because these false notions of racial difference have become embedded in the beliefs and behaviours of society, especially in Western nations. These notions influence all areas of life in Scotland to some degree, from social attitudes to the way organisations are run, making inequalities for Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic people continue over generations. Most people now recognise that racist attitudes and language are unacceptable, so why does the ideologies of the previous centuries still impact on us today?
By the end of this workshop, participants will:
- Explore the concepts of "white privilege" and "white supremacy
- Be able to apply the concepts to look critically at organisational practice
- Be able to consider the concepts in building/sustaining anti-discriminatory practice
- Develop an understanding of the interplay of structural change and personal action
Participants will be sent pre-reading.
Event contact: Zandra.Yeaman@glasgow.ac.uk
Click Here to Register (Please note that places are limited and will be allocated on a first come first served basis)
First published: 20 May 2021