Right now we take a peek at progress and the cowtown agenda at the city college . . .
This month’s workshop, “Cultivating Antiracist Assessment Practices: A Faculty Workshop Series,” was part of UMKC’s Shutz Lecture Series designed to engage and challenge faculty to explore their biases and create anti-racist classroom assessments . . .
“Anti-racist work is about coalition-building, it’s about partnerships among students, the university, and the local community,” UMKC English professor Antonio Byrd said. “But I also think it’s also important to realize anti-racism is a lifelong process and evolves to meet the demands of the moment.”
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UMKC expanded the conversation on anti-racism by hosting a workshop specially crafted for faculty and staff members. This month's workshop, "Cultivating Antiracist Assessment Practices: A Faculty Workshop Series," was part of UMKC's Shutz Lecture Series designed to engage and challenge fac ...