ACRL Presents: Cultural Proficiencies for Racial Equity Framework 

Join us at 1:00 p.m. Central on Wednesday, February 7, for the free ACRL Presents webinar “Cultural Proficiencies for Racial Equity Framework.

The Cultural Proficiencies for Racial Equity Framework is a tool both theoretical and practical in its orientation, as a guide for developing personal, organizational, institutional, and systems-level knowledge and understanding of the nature of racism and its many manifestations. The framework is not intended to be liberatory practice in itself—an instrument or agent that will abolish racial inequity or a step-by-step guide—but, rather, to provide the grounding needed to effect change in thinking, behavior, and practice that will lead to better outcomes for racialized and minoritized populations.

Learn more about the Cultural Proficiencies for Racial Equity Framework during this session lead by Christina Fuller-Gregory, Assistant Director of Library Services at South Carolina Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities; and Mark A. Puente, Associate Dean for Organizational Development at Purdue University.