Race & Pedagogy Institute
The Race & Pedagogy Institute (RPI) is a collaboration of the University of Puget Sound and the South Sound community—or, as our Native American partners say, the Salish Sea community—that integrates academic assets of the campus into reciprocal partnerships with local community knowledge and experience to educate students and teachers at all levels to think critically about race, to cultivate terms and practices for societal transformation, and to act to eliminate racism.
Thank you to all who joined us September 27–29, 2018 for #RPNC2018
4th Quadrennial Race & Pedagogy National Conference
Every four years, we welcome more than 2,000 local, regional, national, and international participants to engage issues of race and to discuss the impact of race on education. Join us September 27–29, 2018, to explore the theme Radically Re-Imagining the Project of Justice: Narratives of Rupture, Resilience, and Liberation.
Attending the conference? Now you can have the conference program at your fingertips. Download the Guidebook app and view the "Race & Pedagogy National Conference 2018 Guide" using the widget below, or view the guide online.