CC’s Antiracist Book Club Presents: Critical Race Theory

You’re invited Monday, Nov. 8

You’re invited Monday, Nov. 8

Come together to discuss the first selection in this year’s Antiracist Book Club. 

Reading and discussing Delgado and Stefanic’s “Critical Race Theory will help you to answer for yourself, “What is all the fuss about?”
Join Dr. Claire Oberon Garcia, acting provost and dean of the faculty, and Barry Fagin, senior associate dean of the faculty at the U.S. Air Force Academy, for a discussion of differing views and interpretations of Critical Race Theory on Monday, Nov. 8, at 7 p.m. in Cornerstone Screening Room (Cornerstone 131) and via Zoom. Join virtually by registering here. Note: Fagin’s views are his own and not necessarily those of the U. S. Air Force Academy.
Garcia created a study guide for this text, as well as an extensive list of resources for further reading and viewing. You can access this guide on the Antiracist Book Club Microsoft Teams platform
The ABC continues in the next semester with both written and audio versions of Tarana Burke and Brene Brown’s bestseller, “You are Your Best Thing: Vulnerability, Shame, Resilience, and the Black Experience;” one of the essayists, Austin Channing Brown, will be our Block 5 First Mondays speaker. “Ebony & Ivy: Race, Slavery, and the Troubled History of America’s Universities by Craig Wilder is the final book of this academic year. These timely texts were selected to get us thinking about antiracism from multiple angles. Each book will be accompanied by study guides, talks, and other resources.   

Hope to see you Monday!

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