Racial Violence and Restorative Engagement in a Time of Pandemic ♥ ✚
Wednesday, Apr 15, 2020 @ 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm
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Borders & Belonging presents #UCIConversationsThatMatter
Racial Violence and Restorative Engagement in a Time of Pandemic
Wednesday · April 15 · 3:30–4:30 PM PDT
Please REGISTER at https://bit.ly/RaceandRestoration
After registering, you will receive a unique link on Tuesday, April 14, to log into the webinar on Wednesday, April 15. The webinar will be recorded and is intended for a public audience.
Racial inequality, and racial, gender and sexual violence–in forms both slow and spectacular–have not only persisted through the coronavirus pandemic, but also become even more apparent. This Webinar will discuss the need for universities and community partners to remain engaged 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.
Bill Maurer, Dean, UCI School of Social Sciences
Judy Tzu-Chun Wu, Faculty Director, UCI Humanities Center
Doug Haynes, Vice Chancellor, UCI Office of Inclusive Excellence
Kaaryn Gustafson, Professor, UCI School of Law
Sora Park Tanjasiri, Professor, UCI School of Medicine
Rodric Crooks, Assistant Professor, UCI Donald Bren School of Information and Computer Sciences
Alison Edwards, CEO, OC Human Relations
Debbie Lacy, Founder/CEO of Eastside For All, East King County, WA
Co-sponsored by UCI Humanities Center, UCI Law Center on Law, Equality and Race (CLEAR), UCI School of Social Sciences, UCI Office of Inclusive Excellence, UCI School of Humanities, UCI Newkirk Center for Science & Technology, UCI Claire Trevor School of the Arts, UCI Law, UCI Health, UCI Cross-Cultural Center, Chao Family Comprehensive Cancer Center, UCI School of Education, Associated Graduate Students, and FRESH Basic Needs Hub