Participants will view a TED talk from an Indigenous speaker who shares current experiences with colonial violence and shares ways for BIPOC to interrupt or respond when racist acts occur. Viewers will also see an exemplar of a decolonization lesson from a local tribal member.
Group Discussion Links
Join a group below. If the link is full, please choose another zoom link to join. They will all be discussing the same topic.
Links will be shared via email the day of.
- How are the speakers' examples of colonial violence and white supremacy culture connected? Give some examples.
- How have you seen colonization/colonial violence play out in your life and workspace?
- As a BIPOC person, which of the strategies for addressing colonial violence stands out as a challenge? Which one stands out as one that you can try
- What can you do, to either interrupt colonial violence or to include everyday practices that are decolonized?