Get involved in a dynamic discussion on taking action in response to injustice and discrimination in a variety of settings. We will use an anti-racism focus to consider our own intersectional identities and to explore the psychological costs and benefits of intervening in the face of injustice. Our discussion will consider especially this phenomenon at Williams, and explore concrete steps we can take within our community. This event is open to students, faculty, and staff and is facilitated by Psychological Counseling Services staff. Sponsored by: Psychological Counseling Services.
Griffin 4, 2-3:15 pm
Claiming Williams events are intended for the campus community. See the CW website for a full schedule of the day’s events.