I Don’t See Color: Understanding the Role of Anti-Racism in Society
Date: Friday, July 8, 2022
Time: 12 pm
Location: In-Person, Law Library Downtown, 1105 Front Street
Cost: $10
Register: Here
MCLE: One hour of Elimination of Bias MCLE credit

About the Class

When people say “I don’t see color,” it is often an attempt to convey the idea that they are not racist and that a person’s skin color plays no role in their evaluation of people. This is a scientific impossibility. Moreover, people often mistakenly believe that simply being “not racist” is enough to eliminate racial discrimination. In actuality, taking a neutral stance on race can be a form of racism. This program seeks to define terms like race, racism, systemic racism, and anti-racism, and provide context to these concepts. Participants will come away with a better understanding of racism and the importance of anti-racist behaviors in the workplace and society.

This is a live, in-person MCLE class that will not be recorded or available on our YouTube channel.

About the Speaker

Ray English, Assistant Dean and Professor of Practice, Arizona State University