Wednesday, September 24, 2008



Undoing Racism & Community Organizing Workshop

A unique, one day workshop that moves beyond a focus on the symptoms of racism to an understanding of what it is, where it comes from, how it functions, why it persists and how it can be undone.

September 27, 2008
ERC Tutoring Center9 AM – 4 PM

Limited Capacity – Free to the Tulane Community – Food Provided

This workshop is offered by the People’s Institute For Survival and Beyond, a national, multiracial, anti-racist network dedicated to ending racism. For more info on the organization & training visit

To ask any further questions or RSVP, email Adrien McElroy, Advisor of Students Organized Against Racism-

Avery Brewton, Community Service Program Manager
Center for Public Service
327 Gibson Hall
6823 St. Charles Ave.
New Orleans, LA 70118
(o) 504.862.3354 (f)504.862.8061

There is an Undoing Racism workshop being held this Saturday on Tulane’s campus. Please spread the word and post information about this powerful workshop and encourage those who are interested to RSVP as soon as possible, especially those who are interested in doing community work. The spaces are first come first serve, and filling fast. Although this workshop is free and open to the Tulane community and partners, there is a limited capacity. Ordinarily it would cost nearly $400.00 per person to participate!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

How about telling blacks to undo racism against whites. When I walk through a black neighborhood, I get stares and people call me names and shout at me. When a black person walks through my neighborhood, nothing happens at all. Some blacks have even moved in down the street and nobody has told them anything derogatory. Please teach New Orleans blacks that this is not the 1960's, that there is no need to see everything in color. No need to hate us and there is no need for us to hate you. We are all Americans and foremost, humans.