Tag Archive for: racial justice

Harriet interviews RCT scholar Maureen Walker, discussing race, power, & RCT

“How do we talk about our lives if the source of chronic disconnection is the culture itself?”

-Maureen Walker, PhD

Maureen Walker, PhD, is a senior RCT scholar, a licensed psychologist, and a gifted speaker, educator, and writer. In this video, we discuss her work on race, power, and relationships. Maureen’s recent book “When Getting Along is Not Enough: Reconstructing Race in Our Lives and Relationships” (Teachers College Press, 2020) serves as the foundation for this interview.


Connected Teaching & UBC Scholar Rounds

Harriet was the featured speaker for Scholar Rounds at a virtual event for the University of British Columbia’s Department of Occupational Science & Occupational Therapy on Thursday, August 27. She worked with faculty to discuss connected teaching in the current moment – including the pandemic and the North American focus on racial justice.