a racially just society committed to wellbeing and relationship
is to provide antiracism dialogue experiences that build community and the personal capacity to eleminate racism and create a just society
"While reflecting on my year I realized that participating in ACT (formerly ASDIC) was clearly one of the most significant and liberating events of my 2021. I resonate deeply with the ASDIC model of human possibility that's conditioned by social reality, and I'm inspired by the structure and pedagogy. I realized this again when I was thinking about how to present issues around systemic racism in a course I teach about research methods — why not have a dialogue circle rather than simply throwing powerpoints and readings at my students? I have a lot of gratitude for the long hours, thought, wisdom, and heart that's gone into your work."
Ethan Brown, Associate Director, Research Methodology Consulting Center, CEHD, University of Minnesota