Traditional Black Feminist Pedagogy (BFP) is a liberating teaching practice that applies dialogue, expressiveness, accountability, concrete experience and the ethic of care in the classroom. Guest artist Laura D. Oliver discusses the theoretical background of Radical Black Feminist Pedagogy and its mobilization of BFP traditional practices to critique power constructs, de-center whiteness, and create revolutionary shifts in output for students of color.
October 19, 2020
Join the conversation, Tuesday, October 20, at 5:30 p.m., as artist Laura D. Oliver highlights pivotal issues pertaining to the black female experience. Presented by the Xavier Performance Lab and the Women's Studies Program, prepare to engage with fellow Xavierites and challenge your intellect from the comfort of your living room.