Dismantling Systemic Racism in Learning Support
A message from CRLA Member and CLADEA Fellow Saundra Yancy McGuire:
I vividly remember the first time I ever sought academic assistance, in the midst of my undergraduate career at Southern University and at the tail end of the Civil Rights Movement. During the 1968-69 academic year I was attending UC Berkeley on a Crown Zellerbach Scholarship that had been established because the company had been found guilty of environmental racism – massively polluting Alsen, Louisiana, the small Black community just north of Baton Rouge in which Crown Zellerbach was operating a huge plant. CLICK HERE to read more.
2020 Virtual Conference Update
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