In the Shadow of Violence: Enacting Hope, Healing, and Futurity during the Attacks on CRT
A Visionary Conversation with the authors of the 2022 article “In the Shadow of Violence: Enacting Hope, Healing, and Futurity during the Attacks on CRT.”
Dr. Tiera Tanksley, Assistant Professor, Learning Sciences & Human Development CU Boulder School of Education
Marlene Palomar, PhD Student, Learning Sciences & Human Development, CU Boulder School of Education
Abe Salvador Jones, PhD Student, Educational Foundations, Policy & Practice. CU Boulder School of Education
A Grounded Knowledge Panel is a public conversation by a small group of people who have practical, authentic, personal experience and understanding of a particular topic or question. While the Grounded Knowledge Panelists converse among themselves, the audience members (witnesses in the GKP model) observe the discussion, thus both groups—panelists and witnesses—bring a distinctive power and depth to the experience of speaking and meaningful listening. Dr. Valerie Joseph originated the GPK model for deeper engagement and collective healing because of the profound need humans have to connect to each other through testimony and storytelling.
Tuesday, April 25 at 4:00pm to 5:15pmVirtual Event