Book Discussion Group
Each week, IEEI will hold two separate hour-long virtual meetings for both faculty and students where one chapter from the book will be covered, followed by a discussion on the implications for the classroom. Working with our facilitators we aim to cultivate an open and safe discussion space regarding racial inequality and how to create an inclusive classroom.
IEEI and its partners will provide a free physical copy of the book for all participants. No advance reading is required. Registration links are below for faculty and students respectively.
All are welcome to join, and if you have questions or would like additional information, please let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Spring 2022 Book
During the 2022 Spring semester, the student and faculty groups will read and discuss Claude Steele’s “Whistling Vivaldi’, How Stereotypes Affect Us and What we can do”.
Fall 2021 Book
During the 2021 Fall semester, the student and faculty groups will discuss different materials. The student groups will read and discuss Trevor Noah’s “Born a Crime”. Faculty will watch “Coded Bias” and “Picture a Scientist” movies.
Summer 2021 Book
During the 2021 Summer session, IEEI is hosting a weekly book discussion on the seminal work, “Pedagogy of the Oppressed” by Paulo Freire.
Spring 2021 Book
This 2021 spring semester IEEI is hosting a weekly book discussion over Emmanuel Acho’s “Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man”