[Ed. – Aspect of 1984 George Orwell couldn’t imagine.]
The University of North Carolina-Charlotte (UNCC) has once again scheduled multiple “White Consciousness Conversations” for members of the campus community.
According to event descriptions, the “White Consciousness Conversations” will be open to students and faculty to attend and is aimed at getting students to understand the “meaning and implications of whiteness.”
“Understanding the meaning and implications of whiteness and engaging in anti-racist practice is crucial in creating racial equity,” the description states. “This space is for all undergraduate and graduate students at UNC Charlotte who are interested in engaging in conversations to assist in their understanding of how racism is perpetuated individually, culturally, and systemically.”
The UNCC Office of Identity, Equity, and Engagement, which is hosting the event, lists that there will be at least three “White Consciousness Conversations” for students and faculty during the fall semester.