|Loretta Ross Lecture Series I|
What is Calling Out? Calling someone out is the public practice of criticizing a person or a group for something you think is politically incorrect. We all call people out. We can choose instead to call people in. Calling In is an accountability process based on love, not punishment, that is restorative, not punitive, that seeks to heal, not harm. Calling In is compassionate to survivors, abusers, and the community by addressing accountability, safety, and power dynamics. This workshop series will discuss the practices for developing a Calling In Culture to build a U.S. human rights movement.
Series I: Calling In the Calling Out Culture
Session 1: Toxic Activism: The Call Out Culture, Friday Feb. 2, 4-5:30, CC 103/104
Session 2: Building a Human Rights Movement Through Calling In, Tuesday, Feb. 13, 7-8:15, CC 103/104
Session 3: Weaponizing Privilege and Performance Activism: What Not To Do When Calling In, Tuesday, Feb. 20, 7-8:15, CC 103/104
Session 4: Co-Creating Community Through Calling In: Practices for Effective Activism, Tuesday Feb. 27, 7-8:15, McConnell 103
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Free and open to the public.