Online - Zoom
Jordan Curry Carter is an antiracist practitioner working with individuals, groups, and organizations on antiracism knowledge through an intersectional lens. Jordan comes to this work with over five years of experience in the government, philanthropic, and non-profit sectors. Examples of work include DC Central Kitchen, DC Greens, the National Institute of Food and Agriculture, National League of Cities, and Diverse City Fund. He holds a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology and nutrition sciences from Whittier College and a master's in public health from the Milken Institute at George Washington University.
Presentation: Racism is a system of structuring opportunity and assigning value based on the social interpretation of how one looks "race" that unfairly disadvantages some individuals and communities, unfairly advantages other individuals and communities, and saps the strength of the whole society through the waste of human resources (credit to Dr. Camara Phyllis Jones). Anti-racism is a practice and requires a sustained commitment—you cannot plug in and out of anti-racism. Whether this is the first time you are hearing the term anti-racism or you are familiar with it, the goals of this session are to further your individual and collective understanding of anti-racism, increase your comfort level when talking about racism, and strengthen your practice of anti-racism.
Discussion topics include:
• Food Inequities
• January 6, 2021 Insurrection at the U.S. Capitol
This event is organized & supported by The BIPOC Faculty Group and the Associate Dean, Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion.