Events

SUMMER OF LISTENING: ANTI-BLACKNESS IN AAPI COMMUNITIES Series – Education and Social Justice: What is the Role of Affirmative Action? ♥

Zoom

Topic SUMMER OF LISTENING: ANTI-BLACKNESS IN AAPI COMMUNITIES Series - Dear Community: Why do Blacks Lives Matter to AAPIs?   Description Summer of Listening Series: Anti-Blackness in AAPI Communities   Speakers Mary Anne Foo (OCAPICA), Ellen Ahn (Korean Community Services), Neomai Taione (Tongan Activist), Shikha Bhatnagar (South Asian Network)   Each session will feature a…

Amplify Womxn of UCI: Hearing Our Stories ♥

Amplify Womxn of UCI: Hearing Our Stories COMING SOON! A&PW of UCI is proud to announce a new video series focused on raising the voices of womxn across UCI: Amplify Womxn of UCI: Hearing Our Stories. This initiative aims to aid in the eradication of anti-Black and anti-inclusive mindsets through 5-minute mini interviews in which our…

Anti-Black Racism, UCI Health Equity Life Partners (UCI-HELPs) seminar ♥ ✚

Zoom

Anti-Black Racism, UCI Health Equity Life Partners (UCI-HELPs) seminar on the evening of Thursday, November 5, from 6-7 pm.   Terrance Mayes, EdD, will present on Anti-Black Racism: An American Crisis 400 years in the Making. Candice Taylor-Lucas, MD, UCI Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Co-Director of LEAD-ABC will facilitate the presentation.   A resident-student…

Anti-Blackness: Difficult Dialogues with Peniel Joseph ♥

Zoom

Join UCI and UCSB Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion for the 2020-2021 Series Anti-Blackness: Difficult Dialogues  The Sword and the Shield: The Revolutionary Lives of Malcolm X and Martin…

Diversity & Justice Speaker Series: The Lynching Era and Contemporary Police Shootings of Blacks in the South ♥

Zoom

Diversity & Justice Speaker Series The Lynching Era and Contemporary Police Shootings of Blacks in the South DATE Mon, 02/08/2021 - 1:00pm to 2:30pm LOCATION Zoom DETAILS Abstract: The rate of police-involved killings in the U.S. greatly exceeds that of other industrialized nations and is highly racially disproportionate. Yet, we know relatively little about the antecedents of police violence, and even…