Antiracist Reading Group

In a racist society it is not enough to be non-racist, we must be anti-racist. –Angela Davis

This is the home page for a reading group in the Purdue math department focused on antiracism, generally in the world at large and specifically in the realms of math and math education. We strive to maintain an inclusive atmosphere for open discussion, personal growth, and active exploration. Total beginners to antiracism are especially welcome, and you don’t have to complete every reading every week to participate.

We mostly organize via our mailing list which you can join here or by contacting Patrick Debonis.

In fall of 2022 we are meeting every Wednesday in Haas hall room 101 at 12:00 noon. Please feel free to join us, even if you have never come before.

Next meeting December 7

We will meet to discuss Todxs cuentan: building community and welcoming humanity from the first day of class. by Federico Ardilla-Mantilla, and produce a document to share summarizing good ideas form the aarticle.

We will also make plans for next semester, as this will be our final meeting of the year.

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