Inspired by Dr. Ibram Kendi’s work of How To Be An Antiracist, Lake Forest College is pleased to launch a video series titled "Choose Anti-racism." This series is a digital library of short educational videos created by College faculty and staff that reflects on each of the chapters from Dr. Ibram Kendi’s work. The videos will be released throughout the year and offer insight on how, as a campus community, we can apply the lessons from each chapter to make Lake Forest College truly anti-racist.
Choose Antiracism video campaign
Chapter 1: Definitions
Julián Cano ’23
Co-founder of the empowerment group A Non-Traditional Approach
Class of 2023 Domestic Senator
JUNTOS, Pride, Cross Country & Track
Uche Okeke '21 Discusses the Introduction of Ibram Kendi's How to be an Antiracist with Karen Taboada Buur and Jen Van Ewyk.
Uche Okeke is majoring in Economics with minors in History and International Relations. She is currently the Archical and Research Intern at the Chicago History Museum. On campus, she is involved as a Club Council Chair, an Orientation Coordinator, a Writing Center Tutor, a member of Umoja, and works in the Gates Center.