October 29-30, 2020 • Zoom Registration and details available soon
"Anti-racism is thedisruption of oppression of all people. We should all be proudly anti-racist.” — Dr. Christa Platt, chair of the 2020-2021 CRCC
Keynote speaker Kelly Hurst at the 2019 CRCC.
What is CRCC?
CRCC stands for Culturally Responsive Campus Community. The CRCC conference works to actively recognize and rectify inequitable experiences and create a more just campus for all. To honor the founding purpose of the CRCC at Illinois State University, the 2020 conference will return to focus of anti-racism. Find out more about CRCC, and the history of the event at Illinois State.
Those who need help registering, or require special accommodations to fully participate in this event, please email CRCC@ilstu.edu.
ABAE meeting, September 24The Association of Black Academic Employees (ABAE) is looking forward to welcoming new and returning Black faculty and staff to their first general assembly meeting scheduled virtually Thursday, September 24.
Training teachers for the real, diverse world of the classroomMiranda Lin’s specialty is teaching future teachers. A professor of early childhood education at Illinois State University, students who take her Teaching and Learning (TCH) 110 class know that it will be demanding, but they leave ready for their first classrooms as professional educators.
Noted scholar to give virtual talk on racism in search enginesBest-selling author and associate professor Dr. Safiya Noble will give a virtual talk titled Alogorithms of Oppression: How Search Engines Reinforce Racism at 12:30 p.m. on Wednesday, October 21, over Zoom. Noble's talk will be a part of Open Access Week 2020 activities held by Milner Library.