Anti-racism topic of final Studium Generale series

Cheyenne Tuller.

Cheyenne Tuller.

PORT ANGELES — “Thank You, America: My Personal Journey Toward Anti-Racism,” is the topic for Peninsula College’s final Studium Generale of the year today.

Cheyenne Tuller, chair of the Adult Basic Education division of Transitional Studies at Peninsula College, will present the lecture and then invite guests to engage in reflection as well.

Guests can join the free 12:30 p.m. presentation via Zoom at https://pencol-edu.zoom.us/j/88082575506, with the meeting ID of 880 8257 5506.

Tuller has been an educator for more than 20 years.

Through teaching and administrative support, she helps students earn their GEDs, finish high school or brush up for college.

She is also part of the 99.9 percent of white teachers in Adult Basic Ed and thinks that is a big problem.

The solution? According to Tuller, it is this: “Coming to terms with white supremacy, white privilege and racism.”

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