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Racial Equity Learning Modules: Colonialism - Volume 3.2

  • Discover rationales for colonialism and imperialism.
  • Examine how the ideals of colonialism are part of a large pattern of relationships
    (both internal and external) that still exist in the world today.
  • Investigate how colonialism has created the foundation of our cultural thinking.
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Born and raised in San Francisco, Sean Tambour Marshall is a filmmaker known for
Chainwheel and the documentary currently in progress Broken Arrow School. Marshall
graduated from San Francisco State University in 2005 with a Bachelor’s degree in
Cinema. He is of mixed heritage: Black American and Dene, an Indigenous nation
native to Arctic Canada. His unique cinematic vision focuses on decolonization,
resistance movements, and cultural reconnection. Marshall’s films are concerned with
questions of spiritual interconnectedness, culturally structured thought, dignity,
awareness, and recognizing fear as an opportunity to choose courage.

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Racial Equity Learning Modules are ideal for those who are interested in engaging others in issues of diversity & inclusion, and particularly in exploring and understanding structural racism. These groups might include adult learners in a variety of sectors:

  • Higher education – professors, administrators, and students
  • Government – local, state and federal employees
  • Healthcare providers and administrators
  • Faith-based leaders and their communities
  • K – 12 school communities – parents, teachers, staff and high school students
  • Philanthropy
  • Nonprofit organizations including community-based service and cultural workers.