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Addressing Power and Privilege in CEL Through Anti-Racist and Anti-Colonial Approaches

March 10 @ 1:00 pm 2:00 pm EST

Presented by the Centre for Community Partnerships

Facilitator: Aditi Mehta, Assistant Professor, Teaching Stream, Urban Studies  

Join us for a discussion on Addressing Power and Privilege in CEL Through Anti-racist and Anti-colonial Approaches. Drawing on her experiences teaching ethnography in an Inside-Out prison classroom and co-producing media projects with residents in Regent Park, Professor Mehta will lead a conversation on power and privilege in CEL. She will also share how she creates assignments and facilitates dialogues to help students become aware of their own and others’ positionality.   

Register for Addressing Power and Privilege in CEL Through Anti-Racist and Anti-Colonial Approaches

Community-Engaged Learning (CEL) Faculty Community of Practice (CoP): Our peer-led Community of Practice Gatherings offer community-engaged learning (CEL) instructors a recurring conversation space to share best practices, troubleshoot, discuss relevant literature, and collaborate on CEL teaching-related issues. Each gathering is facilitated by a different faculty member, who shares a challenge, a case study, an article or other resource to catalyze discussion. Faculty Community of Practice (CoP) Gatherings are open to all instructors and faculty across the tri-campus. 

  

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