Sep 3, 2020
These episodes are part of a series of conversations with colleagues from around the state on the book So You Want to Talk About Race by Ijeoma Oluo. We'll be bringing you the conversations mostly in their entirety - editing only for flow.
I want to thank everyone who participated in these conversations. These conversations are hard, but we must have them if we're going to dismantle systemic racism in our country and in our college.
Thanks again to every member of our conversation. It takes a great deal of courage to have these conversations.
As the Call to Action, I remind you that if something made you feel uncomfortable or even angry, please sit with that for a little while. Ask yourself why. Have a conversation with a colleague you trust to talk with you honestly about the issues of race and racism.
If you’d like to listen to the book So You Want to Talk About Race and you are a member of the Ivy Tech community, you can download the book from our Ivy Tech library to listen to. Please talk with your local librarian about how to do so.
Get In Touch!
You can connect with Kara Monroe on twitter @KNMTweets
Reach out with show ideas, comments, or questions via twitter or at our email address - firstname.lastname@example.org.
Leave us a voice mail at 317-572-5049. Respond to the Call for Action, ask a question, give a shout out to a colleague, or an episode suggestion.
Check out show notes, listen to past episodes, and get instructions on how to access the podcast on our website at http://www.ivytech.edu/podcast.