In January, 2021 Climate Solutions Accelerator will host a free, three-part online series of facilitated discussion on Ibram X. Kendi’s How To Be An Antiracist (Wednesday evenings January 13th, 20th, and 27th from 6:30-8:00 pm).
Purposes of this series:
- To engage climate activists and advocates in the Finger Lakes Region in collaboratively learning about anti-racism.
- Participants gain an understanding of the intersectionality between race and climate.
- Participants gain an understanding of and steps to integrate anti-racist actions into their climate activism.
Calvin Eaton, Director/Founder and Chief Content Officer, 540 WMain, Inc.
Kit Miller, Director, M.K. Gandhi Institute for Nonviolence
Paola Betchart, Senior Worker Rights Advocate, Worker Justice Center of NY
Registration enrolls you in all three sessions; upon completion of the form, you will receive the single patch-in link for all three—with options to add the sessions to your preferred online calendars.
While reading the entire book is encouraged, note that for the first session (January 13), you only need to read through the first six chapters (80 pages).
Ways to get the book:
- At your local library:
Monroe County / Genesee and Orleans Counties
Ontario, Wyoming, Wayne and Livingston Counties
Seneca County / Yates County