Register for the ‘Resolving the Race(ism) Dilemma’ Conference
On Saturday, September 24th, the “Resolving the Race(ism) Dilemma” conference will be held at the Follen Church Community Center in Lexington, Massachusetts.
The Combat Antisemitism Movement (CAM) is proud to co-sponsor this innovative and highly interactive full-day gathering, which will be facilitated by Carlos Hoyt, Ph.D., LICSW; Sheena Mason, Ph.D.; and Greg Thomas.
This is a conference for those seeking to understand and move beyond our struggles with race and racism. Humanity has yet to overcome racism because we have yet to move beyond “race” as an acceptable basis for identity, solidarity, or policy.
Join leading voices in the movement to correct misguided notions about “race” that keep us trapped in the racial worldview.
Learn how racialization produces the illusion of “race” and racism, how to deracialize your worldview, practice antiracialization, and recognize the racelessness of the human species.
Explore methods of translating the misleading language of “race” into the actual issues that drive discrimination and oppression, build connections with others who are eager to not only understand how to move beyond racism but take meaningful action, and consider joining an effort to improve our government’s approach to addressing race-based discrimination — one that does not require perpetuating self-racialization.
This is a conference for everyone interested in overcoming racism — teachers, parents, scientists, scholars, social justice leaders, mental health professionals, journalists, and political leaders.