Equity Educators are a group of EWU students who facilitate workshops to promote equitable frameworks and practices within EWU and the broader community. They foster critical consciousness and a transformative campus climate by helping students understand topics such as systems of oppression, intersectionality, privilege, and microaggressions. Equity Educators strive to combat hate in the community through education and transformative practices.
Virtual Professional Development
In the 2020 spring quarter our Equity Educators hosted a four part Navigating Racism workshop series for their peers working remotely. Below you will find the recordings of each session, if you are interested in learning more please reach out to our team. We are happy to host workshops for student clubs/organizations, classrooms, or anyone interested in learning!
If you are viewing the Navigating Racism series as a part of your Student Employment Professional Development you must fill out the evaluation form after you watch the session in order to get credit!
Navigating Racism: Understanding Your identities
This is an introductory presentation to understanding how your identity shapes your reality, and influences how you see and understand contemporary racism.
Navigating Racism: Looking Beyond Your Perspective
This is an intermediate presentation where participants will learn to recognize racism when they see it and how it impacts students of color in their communities.
Navigating Racism: Your Role in Anti-Racism
This is an advanced presentation to engage participants in actively working to dismantle systemic racism in their communities and beyond their roles at EWU.
Navigating Racism: In Our Current Climate
This is an identity focused presentation that encourages participants to examine how our current climate impacts people of marginalized identities, specifically focusing on anti-Asian racism, anti-Black racism, and discrimination against Undocumented folks.
Contact an Equity Educator at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the Multicultural Center in PUB 329.