Social Justice Education
The facilitator created a very safe and welcoming environment to grapple with our own prejudices/ignorance. Just wish it was 2 hours longer!
-Participant in Aspiring Ally Development Workshop
Keith provides in-depth social justice training and development for student and professional staff. He has over 15 years of experience presenting, designing, facilitating, and researching social justice education. He is a nationally recognized and award winning social justice educator. Keith has taught about diversity and social justice at the high school, undergraduate, and graduate level.
Aspiring Ally Identity Development – This session provides an opportunity for aspiring allies to think deeply about how they can be more consistent, effective, and sustainable. Click here for full article, brief handouts, slides, webinar video, and more.
Foundations of Social Justice – Keith provides an overview of social justice education. This session includes social group identities, systems of oppression, and explores ways that educators can be effective in educating others to create greater equity and justice.
From Anti-Oppression to Liberation: Strategies & Approaches – This session will challenge participants to look deeply at their social justice work. A clear understanding of oppression, privilege, and power illuminates inequities and unfairness in the social structure all around us. Often those who care most deeply about working toward more justice and equity can find themselves engaging in practices that undermine their goals.
Keith did a great job working with our professional residential life team. He provided a very different way to think about social justice ally development that left us talking and thinking for weeks. Over two months later his presentation would still come up in conversations. Keith provides a rare combination of outstanding presentation skills and an astute awareness of social justice issues.
-Grant Anderson, Assistant Director of Residence Life, University of Minnesota – Twin Cities
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Keith’s Blog Posts on Social Justice Education
Keith’s Scholarship on Social Justice Education