A Conversation on Citizen: An American Lyric by Claudia Rankine

(Co-Sponsored w/ the Forum on Racial Justice)

A campus conversation on the winter break book read which was the winner of the National Book Critics Circle Award in Poetry in 2014, and a finalist for the National Book Award.

Wednesday February 17
7-8:30pm

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Racial Justice and Covid-19 

A Conversation about how systemic health inequities have put Black and Brown people at increased risk for Covid-19. Black, Indigenous & Latinx communities are suffering disproportionately in this pandemic.

Tuesday March 9
7-8:30pm

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Mass Incarceration and Racial Inequality

America is number one in incarceration. Over the past several decades, we have built the largest prison population in the entire world, with a concentration of imprisonment among young, Black men. How did we get here? 

Wednesday March 31
7-8:30pm

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Racial Equity, Representation & Inclusion: A Celebration of the Arts

A celebratory final event that highlights some of the many artistic achievements of BIPOC.

Thursday April 15
7-8:30pm

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10/15 Why Is it So Hard for White People to Talk about Race?

Thursday, 10/15 

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10/22 Racial Justice & Democratic Citizenship: A Pre-Election Conversation in collaboration w/ The Forum on Racial Justice

Thursday, 10/22

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10/28 Black Women Deserve Better

Wednesday, 10/28

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11/5 Racial Justice: A Post Election Conversation

Thursday, 11/5

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11/18 Racial Justice and Reproductive Justice

Wednesday, 11/18

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12/7 Trauma Porn: The Sensationalism of Black Pain

Monday, 12/7

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