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Against the Dark: Recognizing and Responding to Antiblackness in Education

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Hinde Auditorium, University Union

Sacramento State

6000 J Street

Sacramento, CA 95819

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Critical race theorist Michael J. Dumas comes to Sac State Nov. 30 to speak on the topic, “Against the Dark: Recognizing and Responding to Antiblackness in Education,” contending that schooling and our very imagination of education are sites of antiblackness – or sites of Black suffering. Dumas, an Assistant Professor in UC Berkeley’s Graduate School of Education and Department of African American Studies, argues that although there is no Black freedom to be found in schools, which are inherently and deeply anti-Black, schools can be spaces of Black fugitivity. His talk, sponsored by the Sac State Doctorate in Educational Leadership, will run from 5:30-6:30pm in Hinde Auditorium. Accommodations available upon request at least 72 hours before the event. Call 916-278-2282.

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