Shifting Landscapes January 17 – Critical Race Theory
The shifting landscape in education is the focus of the set of January, 2022 sessions. Each event starts at 7 pm the remaining Mondays in January, and will be hosted by the Ludington Area Center for the Arts. For January 17th, the focus is on Critical Race Theory (CRT).
Questions about CRT include: What is “critical race theory?” Do I support it or fight it? Why is it taking up so much space in the public arena? Is it causing harm, especially to our kids? Or is it something else entirely?
Our featured speaker is Dr. Jamila Jefferson-Jones, Professor of Law; Associate Director of Property, Equity and Justice, Damon J. Keith Center for Civil Rights, of Wayne State University.
Shifting Landscapes events will continue to be hosted at the Ludington Center for the Arts (LACA), 107 S Harrison Street, Ludington, from 7-8:30 PM, and available via Zoom at mcdl.pub/sl-zoom. All sessions are free. Attendees are encouraged to register at mcdl.pub/sl-register. For further information check the library’s website at mcdl.pub/sl-info or contact Trahey at firstname.lastname@example.org or Portmann at email@example.com.