Anti-Racist Pedagogy Across the Curriculum (ARPAC)

Follow-Up Support

To support faculty members who have attended the ARPAC workshop, monthly follow-up meetings are scheduled to facilitate discussion on the challenges and successes of incorporating anti-racist pedagogy into courses. We encourage all ARPAC cohort members to participate in these meetings to provide support and feedback for each other, share teaching strategies and stories, and continue to strengthen a community of anti-racist educators.

Additional sources of follow-up support:

Multicultural Resource Center
Miller Center 137

To provide "services and resources for students, faculty and community members to research, teach about, and broaden their knowledge of historically excluded racial and ethnic groups of color in the United States."

Iyekiyapiwin Darlene St. Clair, Director;; 320-308-6476

Community Anti-Racism Education (CARE) Initiative
Miller Center 212

"To build a lasting anti-racist university and community."

Debra Leigh, Lead Organizer;; 320-308-2214