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Humanities Lecture Series

Join Us for Our Next Lecture

Our fall 2022-2023 lecture will be held as a virtual presentation. All lectures are free.

Culture Wars in America

Current Critical Race Theory Debate in American Education—Lecture and Discussion with Tania Douglas

Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2022

5:30–6:30 p.m.

Free & Open to the Public

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About Tania Douglas

 Meet Tania Douglas Tania Douglas is an adjunct professor in the Woodring College of Education at Western Washington University in Bellingham, Washington. She taught middle and high school for 15 years in Vancouver, BC, and Bellingham, and has taught higher education for the past 6 years. She is a doctoral candidate specializing in Multicultural and Antiracist Education at Antioch University. Her current focus of research is on the changing landscape of education regarding the censorship and the banning of topics related to race and gender. She is passionate about the art of teaching, social justice, and the impact of social media on our political divide.  Professor Douglas’s talk is about what drew her to education, the complexities of her biracial identity, and the current Critical Race Theory debate in American education.

 

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A Thank You to Our Sponsor

The 2022-2023 Humanities Lecture Series is supported by a generous anonymous donation.

Aida Dargahi


Questions?

Aida Dargahi, M.A. Humanities Lecture Series Director

dargahiaida@foothill.edu


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