Students will have the opportunity to:
- Conceptualize and articulate whiteness from a personal and systematic lens
- Recognize and understand white privilege from an individual experience, as well as the impact of white privilege on the UVM community and beyond
- Build a community of dialogue and support in taking action against racism
Fill out the application by January 21st
In an effort initiated by the ALANA Student Center, campus colleagues have spent three years developing an opportunity focused on White Identity and privilege to be offered to our White-identified students. The following departments are represented in this effort: Women’s Center, Student Life, Residential Life, Center for Student Ethics and Standards, Living Well, Counseling and Psychiatry Services, The Rubenstein School, Center for Cultural Pluralism, College of Arts & Sciences Dean’s Office and the Office of Student and Community Relations.