How to be an Anti-Racist Researcher (1)

May 12, 2021 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Workshop 1: What is “Anti-Racist” Research and How Do I Start?

Sponsored by CEHD’s Division of Educational Psychology and Research Methods

May 12, 2021, 1:00-3:00pm

Zoom (link to be sent prior to meeting)

Faculty and doctoral candidates will present on what it means to be an anti-racist researcher. The bulk of the time will be dedicated to breakout sessions:

  • Breakout Room 1: How do I convince my committee? How do I navigate the faculty? How do I claim power? (Reserved for students only, facilitated by Sharrell Hassell-Goodman)
  • Breakout Room 2: How do I establish a research agenda using an anti-racist or decolonial lens? (all invited, facilitated by Giovanni Dazzo)
  • Breakout Room 3: How do I pivot my research to be more explicitly anti-racist? (Reserved for faculty only, facilitated by Meagan Call-Cummings)
  • Breakout Room 4: Workshopping Projects 1 (limited to 3 separate projects or 10 participants, facilitated by Supriya Baily)
  • Breakout Room 5: Workshopping Projects 2 (limited to 3 separate projects or 10 participants, facilitated by Marvin Powell)

The workshop will conclude with reflections on how to move forward.

Please pre-register and indicate your breakout room preference here: We still encourage you to attend even if you do not pre-register, but pre-registration gives us a sense of which breakout rooms will be most useful to attendees. Breakout sessions will be added or tailored depending on pre-registration information received.

Questions? Contact Meagan Call-Cummings at