Anti-Racism III is the third course in CU Boulder's Anti-Racism specialization on Coursera. You will be asked to apply and deepen what you've learned about race, racism, identity, and inequality in the first and second courses to a more global context that understands systemic racism and white supremacy as a human rights issue. You will also be invited to consider how you might engage in anti-racist practices in your own life, and you will be challenged to design a community outreach project that leverages your own experience and skills as an anti-racism advocate. Anti-Racism III will be available in Fall 2021.
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The Road to Anti-Racism
In this module, you will build on the lessons from Anti-Racism I and II and take what you have learned and put it into action. We call Week 1 “The Road to Anti-Racism,” and provide you with readings and viewings about concrete things you can do to enact anti-racism.
Roadblocks to Anti-Racism
In this module, you will learn strategies for overcoming roadblocks in enacting everyday anti-racism practices.
How to Keep Driving on the Road to Anti-Racism
In this module, you will learn tools, strategies, and resources to keep making anti-racism an everyday practice.