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Irene Moore DavisUWindsor alumna Irene Moore Davis will lead a workshop May 5 to engage with anti-Black racism work.

Workshop to engage anti-racism work

Historian, author, and educator Irene Moore Davis (BA 1993) will discuss the structures of systemic racism, microaggressions and invalidations, and the importance of active allyship in a workshop Thursday, May 5.

Hosted by campus-community radio station CJAM and funded by Office of Human Rights, Equity, and Accessibility, the event will take place over Zoom and is intended as an opportunity to thoughtfully engage with anti-Black racism work.

Davis is president of the Essex County Black Historical Research Society, co-founder of Black Women of Forward Action, and co-hosts the podcast “All Write in Sin City.”

The workshop is free and open to the public; register here.