[act-ma] 6/20 5pm: Antiracism training for librarians
susie_husted at yahoo.com
Thu Jun 16 08:47:43 PDT 2011
Boston Radical Reference has partnered with Community Change, Inc. to host a
free anti-racism training for librarians, library staff and library school
students this coming Monday evening, June 20th from 5-8pm.
Although the event is free, we would appreciate an RSVP to set the room for
everyone. Please RSVP to susie_husted at yahoo.comor by calling Community Change
Anti-Racism Training for librarians, library staff and library school students
Monday, June 20, 2011
Community Change, Inc.
14 Beacon Street, Suite 605
Boston, MA 02108
Community Change Executive Director, Paul Marcus is offering a FREE training on
anti-racism methods for the library workplace and community. All librarians,
library staff and library school students are welcome.
ABOUT Paul Marcus:
Paul Marcus is a white anti-racist activist, educator and consultant. A biology
teacher for sixteen years, Paul combined science with concern for anti-racism
and multicultural education in independent schools. He has had extensive
experience planning and conducting workshops and trainings for wide variety of
non-profit and corporate clients. Together with organizers and educators from
all across the country, he works to understand and challenge the role white
people play in perpetuating and maintaining white supremacy, racism and white
privilege. He taught the “History of Racism in the United States of America” at
Boston College for many years. A master teacher for the Critical
Skills/Education by Design program at Antioch New England Graduate School, Paul
trains teachers to develop a collaborative learning community methodology.
For more on the programs and resources at Community Change, visit
For more on Radical Reference and the Boston collective, visit
http://www.radicalreference.info/localcollectives/boston or visit the Boston
Radical Reference group on facebook.
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