Advancing Liberation as Student Affairs Professionals Using Reflexive, Feminist, Anti-oppressive Practice
Can liberatory spaces and relationships be created within the University? As student affairs professionals of color who engage in anti-oppression and diversity work within predominantly white institutions, we often struggle to foster successful liberatory practices. Our most effective strategy as "diversity agents of the university," albeit not completely liberatory, involves carving out small liberatory-spaces and relationships. This program will explore, in-depth the implications of this model, and invite reflexive and experiential practice among participants.
Additional registration required
Saturday, March 28
1:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Tennille Haynes, Director, Carl A. Fields Center for Equality and Cultural Understanding/Princeton University
Avina Ross, Associate Director, SHARE Office/Princeton University
Jessica Joseph, Outreach Psychologist/Princeton University