We host a wide range of virtual and in-person events, including webinars, the Diversity Challenge, and events organized jointly with our partners.

Annual Anderson "AJ" Franklin Lecture Series

The Annual Anderson "AJ" Franklin Lecture provides a platform for esteemed scholars and community leaders to deliver a lecture focusing on unifying approaches to the ongoing disruption and dismantling of racism with our society, in honor of Dr. Franklin's life work combating racism.




Diversity Challenge Conference

The Institute aims to address racial or cultural issues in the current global climate that could benefit from a pragmatic, scholarly, or grassroots focus through its Diversity Challenge conference. The Diversity Challenge will return for scholars and practioners in 2024!



September 13 & 14, 2024



Toward an Anti-Racist Psychological Science: Epistemic and Methodological Considerations

Webinars & Lectures

All events are in Eastern Time. Webinars require a free Zoom account to join.

Stay tuned and check back often for our upcoming webinar and lectures.