Think Out Loud

Portland educator seeks to help others understand whiteness

By Julie Sabatier (OPB)
Sept. 16, 2020 2:09 a.m.

Broadcast: Wednesday, Sept. 16

The Portland Underground Grad School offers classes in a variety of topics from history to improv comedy. This fall, PUGS is once again offering a course called “Interrogating Whiteness: An American Unstory.” We hear from Sarah DeYoreo, the Portland writer and educator who teaches the class, about what it means to critically examine white racial identity.

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