Reversing Structural Racism in Maine
The goal of this RSR is to help participants develop this understanding to effectively take action. To show that there are opportunities to connect with experts to dissect the mental, social, educational, workplace, legal, and other forms of structural racial inequality. Every piece to the puzzle will create a mental map to lead us to the treasure which is full equality, peace and justice.
We’ve seen many marches and protests over the past few weeks and we must take advantage of this universal movement of Black Lives Matter to push for change. Before we all go and fight the systems of oppression we must first identify and understand what structural racism is.
Reversing Structural Racism In Maine Series
A five part series discussing details on Reversing Structural Racism. Questions answered are "What does it look like? How was it created? How does it impact you and others? And how do we dismantle it?"
Executive Director of Mindbridge
Assistant Professor of Sociology
Assistant Professor of Criminology
High School Humanities Teacher
MSW and Program Developer
Tel: (207) 708-1100
Primarily responds within a day about any inquire.