Forum on White Supremacy and Global Colonization
is designed to further the Center’s mission to advocate
for action and engagement in ways that embrace diversity and global connectedness; challenge oppressive and violent practices, systems, and paradigms; and promote domestic and international conflict transformation, service, environmental sustainability, and respect for human dignity.
The activities and events in the Forum are designed to promote peace with a focus on the examination of how white supremacy and colonization have functioned in various contexts across the globe and individual empowerment to circumvent cycles and systems of oppression–which is essential to the peacebuilding process.
The fall activities listed below will build a foundation by examining how racism and colonization function in the United States and spring programming will extend the dialogue to the international community.