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Racial inequality, and racial, gender and violence – in forms both slow and spectacular – have not only persisted through the coronavirus pandemic but have also become even more apparent. This webinar will discuss the need for universities and community partners to remain in projects that map and respond to inequality and examine how to be responsive in ways that promote collaboration and understanding across axes of difference.

Introduction

Bill Maurer

Dean, UCI School of Social Sciences

 

Moderator

Judy Tzu-Chun Wu

Faculty director, UCI Humanities Center

Professor of Asian American studies

 

Panelists

Kaaryn Gustafson

Professor of Law, UCI

 

Roderic Cooks

Assistant Professor of Informatics, UCI

 

Alison Edwards

CEO of OC Human Relations

 

Debbie Lacey

Founder/CEO of Eastside for All

 

Sora Park Tanjasiri

Professor of Epidemiology, UCI

 

Concluding Comments

Douglas Haynes

Vice Chancellor for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion, UCI Office of Inclusive Excellence

Professor of history

 

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This event is co-sponsored by: the Center on Law, Equality, and Race, Associated Graduate Students, Chao Family Comprehensive Cancer Center, Claire Trevor School of the Arts, Cross – Cultural Center, FRESH Basic Needs Hub, Office of Inclusive Excellence, Newkirk Center for Science & Society, School of Education, School of Humanities, School of Law, School of Social Sciences and UCI Health.