Whiteness History Month Calendar of Events Posted Online

By Bridge Staff|March 27, 2016Announcements, Special Coverage: "Whiteness" History Month|

A calendar of events has been posted for Whiteness History Month, and is now available to view at https://www.pcc.edu/about/diversity/cascade/whiteness-history-month/events.html. Events will be hosted on all four campuses along with off campus locations, and include lectures, film screenings, workshops and panel talks. Examples are included below, but a much more comprehensive list can be viewed in the link posted previously:

Cascade: “American Identity and White Supremacy” in Terrell Hall 122 on April 15th between 6:00 and 8:00 PM. Description states that, “Our presentation examines how white supremacy exists as a vested interest for all white people under capitalism. It exhorts white people to, rather than make themselves “not racist,” work for organized, anti-racist, and anti-capitalist goals in the historic example of Marilyn Buck and other revolutionaries.”

Rock Creek: “Power and Privilege and Children” in Rock Creek’s TLC on April 6th between 6:00 and 7:30 PM. Description states that, “This film explores the effect of parental bias on the development of their childrens’ understanding of white privilege.”

Southeast: “WTF is Whiteness?” in Southeast’s TLC on April 5th between 2:00 and 3:00 PM. Description states that, “Unsure what whiteness means? Come learn about and discuss it. Also, learn why anti-racist allies reject the structures of whiteness.”

Sylvania: “Whiteness and Feminisms” in Sylvania’s TCB 211 on April 20th between 1:00 and 3:00 PM. Description states that, “PSU Professors Roberta Hunte and Sally Eck discuss the history and current day impact of whiteness and racism in U.S. feminist movements. Presented at both SE and SY.”

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