Confronting Anti-Black Racism e-Learning Course Registration

The Equity Office is excited to launch an e-learning course called Confronting Anti-Black Racism. This course is based on Dr. Christopher Taylor’s Arts130 course that ran in the Fall 2020. Thanks to Dr. Taylor’s generosity, this course is now available to all Waterloo students, faculty and staff and is an opportunity for (un)learning and gaining tools to better take anti-racist action in our own lives, at work, home and in our communities.

Before you begin, the following books are required for this course. Please look for them at your local book shop or public library.

There are two entry points into the course that you can choose from:

1. Start the course anytime, and choose to move through the course independently and at your own pace, using self-reflection tools

2. Register to begin the week of August 30th moving through the course independently, completing one module per week, using self-reflection tools. After completing the seventh module, join other campus community members for a Guided Reflection Session with Christopher Taylor and Jermal Jones, Manager, Equity Office on October 19th from 10:30am - 12:00pm

To register, complete the form below. Before beginning your registration, it’s helpful to decide which entry point into the course you will choose. To help you decide whether to choose the more independent route, or the route that features a guided Reflection Session at the end, consider that each module will require anywhere from approximately 1 to 3 hours per week of reading, watching and reflecting. If this seems reasonable given your other commitments, then any of the options are a good choice. If it feels like this will be a lot to fit into one week, then option 1. above would be a good choice.

Information and privacy: questions regarding the collection of information on this form can be directed to the form administrator.

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This e-learning module is open to all University of Waterloo campus community members
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There are 3 entry points into this course. To learn more about each please read the introduction above