A Conversation on Allyship Presented by Maria McKenna


Location: via Zoom

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This conversation will center around all things related to allyship to marginalized communities, but especially to people of color. Allyship is both a noun and a verb - it takes consistent conversation, action, and reflection. Join us for considering how we all might be better allies in the world and how to make "good trouble" as the late John Lewis asked of us.

Professor McKenna is an Associate Professor of the Practice holding a joint appointment in the Department of Africana Studies and the Education, Schooling, & Society program. She is also the Faculty Co-Director of the AnBryce Scholars Program. McKenna received her Ph.D. from Saint Louis University in Educational Foundations after completing undergraduate and graduate work at the University of Notre Dame and Northwestern University. Her teaching and research span the disciplines of education and ethnic studies focusing on the social, cultural, and philosophical contexts of American education.


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