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Tell and Transform

The Tell and Transform initiative is one of UW-Parkside's contribution to improving race relations in Kenosha and Racine. The goal is to create a more livable, free, and equitable community where we feel good about ourselves and each other.

This YouTube channel is to provide a pool of real experiences and solutions. You can communicate what you have experienced and what you have done to cope, change, or move on. Your stories and actions will inspire others to create new understandings of racism and to adopt strategies to deal with racist behavior.

INTRODUCTION

Presented by Professor Simon Akindes

Tell & Transform

TELL

Your stories should address racial or class discrimination, and social inequalities in Racine, Kenosha and surrounding communities. They can be from any of these areas: personal relations, workplace, school, playground, mall, chruches, public spaces, and private businesses. 

EVERY VIDEO MUST HAVE THREE PARTS

1. Tell your experience

2. Note the impact of the experience on you or others

3. Tell your solution to that experience, or how you have coped with it

This platform is open and free. Your voice matters - letting it ring will create a stream of sounds that can only heel our communities.

FACILITATORS

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SIMON AKINDES

Professor of Political Science
Ph.D., Ohio University, 1996

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KENNETH "KENNY" FRENCH

Associate Professor of Geography and Anthropology
Ph.D., University of Nebraska, 2008

CONTACT
 

Kenneth (Kenny) French  |  frenchk@uwp.edu  |  262-595-3416

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