Resisting Gentrification: Then & Now

A historical recap of Rochester’s movements and resistance led by BIPOC community activists around issues related to gentrification, housing injustice and environmental racism.

Introduction to Intersectional Feminism

Participants will explore the concept of intersectionality, the definition of intersectional feminism in the United States, the feminist movement, and its intersection with race, gender, class, and ethnicity.

Introduction to Implicit and Unconscious Bias

This online class will teach you how to understand implicit bias at a personal and social level and leverage this understanding in a way that will allow you to decrease instances of microaggressions and other covert racist tendencies.

Introduction to Intersectional Environmental Justice

Students will explore how environmental justice advocates can be more inclusive, culturally responsive, and understand implicit bias as they engage with communities disproportionately affected by environmental racism.