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Robin DiAngelo: White Fragility (06/12/20)

Robin DiAngelo: White Fragility (06/12/20)

Presented by Family Action Network (FAN), a 501(c)(3) that curates a high-quality speaker series offered free to the general public.

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Robin DiAngelo received her Ph.D. in Multicultural Education from the University of Washington/Seattle in 2004, and she earned tenure at Westfield State University in Massachusetts. Currently she is Affiliate Associate Professor of Education at the University of Washington. She has taught courses in multicultural teaching, inter-group dialogue facilitation, cultural diversity and social justice, and anti-racist education. Prof. DiAngelo is the author of the 2018 New York Times bestseller White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism, and What Does It Mean to Be White? Developing White Racial Literacy. She is the co-author of Is Everybody Really Equal?

Dr. DiAngelo was interviewed by Marcus Campbell, Ed. D., Assistant Superintendent/Principal of Evanston Township High School in Evanston, IL. Dr. Campbell serves as the educational leader and chief administrator of all school operations, and implements and manages the policies, regulations, and procedures of the Board of Education, ensuring that all students are educated and supported in a safe, equitable, culturally relevant and student-centered learning environment.

Dr. Campbell earned his doctorate in Educational Leadership at National College of Education, National Louis University. He also holds a Masters degree in Social and Cultural Foundations in Education from DePaul University and a B.A. from the University of Illinois, with a major in English and minor in African American Studies. Dr. Campbell is also a member of FAN’s Board of Directors.

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