Several hands in multiple colors reach up together

In an effort to support and advance dialogue on race, particularly as it relates to the classroom, the Center for Teaching & Learning at CU Boulder has built a self-paced anti-racism course in Canvas. The course includes a series of resources (articles, podcasts, chapter readings), reflection questions, group discussion questions, and concludes with exercises designed to engage participants in creating a response protocol for incidents on campus and reflection exercises for feedback in order to create equitable spaces for learning and development. 

The course includes six modules:

  • Racial Identity Awareness
  • Recognizing Bias
  • Systems of Oppression
  • Understanding Intersectionality
  • Representation Matters
  • Campus Resources & Exercises

The course is intended to meet the unique needs of CU staff, faculty, postdoctoral scholars, and graduate and undergraduate students, and is open to any and all who wish to participate. There are no due dates. The course is designed to be completed in one semester, whether working as an individual or with a group. Group discussion questions and guidelines are included in the course materials.

The course design team, Jason Lagapa and Becca Ciancanelli, are available for consultations to discuss course materials or questions. 

Enroll in the Canvas Course