The Institute for the Study and Promotion of Race and Culture (ISPRC) is directed by Janet E. Helms, Ph.D. In addition, collaborators with interests in studying or policy making with a racial or cultural focus are invited to serve as Institute collaborators. The Institute's multi-site research and training perspective and applied emphasis will make it possible to address the educational and psychological issues of a variety of populations.
Diversity Challenge 2019 proved to be a wonderful interdisciplinary forum allowing researchers, mental health practitioners, social activists. educators, and government officials to explore issues and interact with each other, and to address mutual concerns related to race, ethnic culture, and surviving, resisting, and healing in our current political and social climate. Thank you to all those who participated and helped to make the 19th Diversity Challenge a rewarding experience for all.
Consider joining us next October to celebrate our 20th Anniversary of Diversity Challenge: Goodbye"isms," Hello Future!
~ Dr. Janet E. Helms and the ISPRC Team
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10/25-26/19 - Diversity Challenge Conference, Boston College