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.
Race Matters: Continuing the Conversation
Thank you to those who joined us on Wednesdays in June and July of 2020 for a series of online discussions about race led by faculty and staff members from across campus, and supported by members of the RPI leadership team, providing interdisciplinary approaches to talking about race and racism.
After this summer series we gathered some feedback from those who attended sessions. To review what people thought of the series, take a look at the report created by African American Studies' Faculty and Students in the fall of 2020.
Race Matters 2020 Report LEARN MORE ABOUT RACE MATTERS