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Identifying and Refusing Characteristics of White Supremacy Culture in Academia--Part 1
The first part of a video recording of a Zoom teach-in on identifying and refusing the characteristics of white supremacy culture in academia. The teach-in was facilitated by Haverford students Collin Kawan-Hemler and Charlotte Scott and featured Emma Lapsansky, Alison Cook-Sather, and Brook Lillehaugen as panelists.
Kawan-Hemler, Collin (panelist)
Scott, Charlotte (panelist)
Lapsansky-Werner, Emma J. (Emma Jones), 1945- (panelist)