EIO Anti-Racist Teaching Workshop— Foundations in Anti-Racism and Solidarity in University Teaching

UBC Equity & Inclusion Office presents:

Foundations in Anti-Racism and Solidarity in University Teaching


This webinar is part of the UBC Equity & Inclusion Office’s “Anti-Racist Teaching Series“.

This foundational workshop offers participants an overview of key ideas related to anti-racism, solidarity, and inclusion in university teaching. The facilitators situate this workshop’s concepts in current events (e.g. Black Lives Matter; COVID 19), and they look at how racism shows up at UBC, with attention to anti-black and anti-Indigenous racism. This workshop begins by grounding in goals as educators, and framing our own motivation for engaging in this work. The workshop is a combination of presentation slides, reflective activities, and interactive small group work.

Enrol in this workshop if you are:

  • Looking to understand key ideas and the research/lit resources to back them up
  • Reflecting on your role as an anti-racist educator and ally in 2020
  • Interested in situating this work in relation to current events and social media

Teaching Strategies:

  • Slide Presentation
  • Grounding exercises
  • Reflection activities
  • Small group work


  • Kari Grain, Analyst, Experiential and Integrated Learning, CTLT
  • Emily Clare, Equity Facilitator, Equity and Inclusion Office

To register for this webinar, visit UBC EIO’s event page.