On Monday, June 29 from 6-7pm, Nicky Hylton-Patterson, Director of the Adirondack Diversity Initiative, along with a panel of black activist scholars from across the region will be holding an online discussion about racism and being black in America.
The seminar is titled: “Antiracism 101: From antiracist actor to ally to accomplice, how do we get there?” The web event is the second in a series dedicated to activating, mobilizing, and engaging the Adirondack community on issues presented by racism and inequality. The session will be 25 minutes long followed by a 30 minutes Q&A with expert panelists via chat.
Antiracism 101 is part of the ADI’s Antiracism Education and Mobilization campaign and each session will give its viewers the tools, language, techniques and strategies to identify and understand, as well as build more racially just and equitable communities within the North Country.
Later this summer, ADI is partnering with ANCA and the Adirondack Experience to host virtual antiracism events with the aim of engaging North Country Communities on issues of race and racism within America. Workshops for parents and teens are planned as part of this series.
To find a schedule of events click this link, and to see the recording of the first Antiracism 101 webinar, visit the Adirondack Diversity Initiative YouTube Channel.