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February 18 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Research Workshop: Anti-racist research design

together with:

Dr. Mitsu Narui, Crane Center’s director of research
Dr. Kenyona Walker, research specialist at the Center on Education and Training for Employment (CETE)

Crane Research Workshop

What does anti-racist research in education look like?

A discussion on equity-based research designs

Thursday, February 18 • 1-2pm • Zoom

Researchers have long been taught the very specific “how to” of research design, yet traditional methods too often fail to center on anti-racist research. At the core of anti-racist research design should be an acknowledgement of the impacts of current policies and practices and the ways in which they uphold systemic racism. Led by Dr. Narui, a critical race educator, and Dr. Walker, co-leader of CETE’s racial equity, diversity and inclusion initiative, the purpose of this session is to provide an introduction to critical race theory and anti-racist research design in education. Participants will begin to conceptualize how to design studies that are centered in an anti-racist research framework.

Our Crane Research Workshops are free of charge and open to all, but registration is required.


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