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This fun and active workshop will share easy and practical ways you can integrate movement into your classroom AND engage your students in anti-racism. Systems of oppression thrive on disembodiment. Embodiment is an act of resistance to power structures that divide us from each other, our bodies, and from the natural world. Moving together with purpose is one way we can collectively reclaim multiple ways of knowing and sharing knowledge, ideas, and lived experience. It is not enough for us to be anti-racist in our heads, we need to include the body. In fact, our bodies remember and can imagine what our minds cannot. Learn approaches for inclusive pedagogy through active learning approaches. This participatory workshop will give you lots of ideas for making your classes alive, equitable, and fun!

This workshop is offered by students of the Performance for Community Engagement course through the Department of Theatre and Dance taught by Beth Osnes

Thursday Oct. 26 1-2PM CASE E390 Snacks Provided (good ones)!