A Conversation About Racial Healing

Thursday, March 23, 2023 12 pm to 1:15 pm

The Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Access (DEIA) Committee of the College of Education and Human Development presents A Conversation on Racial Healing.

Scholars and book authors Drs. Anneliese Singh and Janeé Steele will provide practical tools to help you explore the history of racism, challenge stereotypes, and manage the stress and remorse that result from living in a world that is impacted by racism.

As a result of this conversation, you will learn about your racial identity, ways of navigating daily and past experiences of racism, and the impact of racism in your own life and the lives of others.

This conversation will be moderated by Dr. Char Newton of UND’s counseling program.

This is a free event open to the UND community. Please register no later than Monday, Mar. 20 to attend.


About the Panelists

Anneliese Singh, PhD, LPC (she/they) is a professor, Associate Provost, and Diversity/Chief Diversity Officer at Tulane University. Her scholarship and community organizing explores racial healing and racial justice, as well as the resilience, trauma, and identity development experiences of queer and trans people, with a focus on young people and BIPOC people. Anneliese is the author of The Racial Healing Handbook and The Queer and Trans Resilience Workbook.
www.anneliesesingh.com / Twitter & Instagram: @anneliesesingh

Janeé Steele, PhD, LPC is a counselor educator, board member of the Academy of Cognitive and Behavioral Therapies, and the owner and clinical director of Kalamazoo Cognitive and Behavioral Therapy. She is the author of the upcoming book Racism and African American Mental Health and the co-author of Black Lives Are Beautiful. Her other scholarly activity includes peer-reviewed articles in the areas of CBT, social justice advocacy, and counselor training.


About the Moderator

Charmeka Newton, PhD is a fully licensed psychologist as well as a Clinical Assistant Professor and Director of the School Counseling Program in the College of Human Education & Human Development at the University of North Dakota. Dr. Newton is also the owner of Legacy Mental Health Services.

Dial-In Information

Registration required no later than Monday, Mar. 20.

Zoom link to be provided the week of the webinar.


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