The 1619 Project: A Conversation with Nikole Hannah-Jones ♥

Topic The 1619 Project: A Conversation with Nikole Hannah-Jones Description Tune in to hear acclaimed journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones talk about “The 1619 Project,” the groundbreaking study of the role played by slavery in American history and life. Niokle Hannah-Jones will be interviewed by UCI Law Professor Mehrsa Baradaran, a co-author of “The 1619 Project.” Nikole [...]

The 1619 Project: A Conversation with Nikole Hannah-Jones ♥2020-09-14T10:27:59-07:00

The 1619 Project: A Conversation with Nikole Hannah-Jones Q&A facilitated by Professor Erika Hayasaki, Literary Journalism ♥

Topic The 1619 Project: A Conversation with Nikole Hannah-Jones Q&A facilitated by Professor Erika Hayasaki, Literary Journalism Description Informal Q and A with students Time Oct 29, 2020 02:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

The 1619 Project: A Conversation with Nikole Hannah-Jones Q&A facilitated by Professor Erika Hayasaki, Literary Journalism ♥2020-09-14T10:24:46-07:00

African American Music: The Sound of Freedom’s Journey ♥ ✚

Topic African American Music: The Sound of Freedom’s Journey Description Using the 1619 Project’s “Episode 3: The Birth of American Music” as a launching point, this panel explores innovation in musical expressions from spirituals to jazz and contemporary music, investigating freedom as a process in motion, not as a destination. Speakers: • Dawn Norfleet (Music) [...]

African American Music: The Sound of Freedom’s Journey ♥ ✚2020-09-14T10:22:05-07:00

Financial Legacies: Slavery and the History of Banking ♥

Topic Financial Legacies: Slavery and the History of Banking Description Moderator: • Keaanga-Yamahtta Taylor (Princeton) Speakers: • Bill Maurer (Social Sciences) • Peter Hudson (UCLA) • Mehrsa Baradaran (UCI Law) Discussion Facilitators: • Tonya Bradford (Business) • Mrinalini Tankha (Portland State University) This event is 60 minutes. All are welcome to stay for a bonus [...]

Financial Legacies: Slavery and the History of Banking ♥2020-09-14T10:18:21-07:00

The Black Liberation Movement & Radical Community Education ♥

The Black Liberation Movement and Radical Community Education Description Moderator: Krystal Tribbett (UCI Libraries) Speakers: • Ericka Huggins (Former Leader of the Black Panthers, Human Rights Activist and Poet) • Angela LeBlanc-Ernest (Independent Scholar and Documentary Filmmaker of the Oakland Community School and the Intersectional Black Panther Party Research Project) • Damien Sojoyner (Anthropology) • [...]

The Black Liberation Movement & Radical Community Education ♥2020-09-14T10:13:56-07:00

Intersecting Realities: Health, Race, and the Ongoing Legacies of Slavery and Jim Crow ♥ ✚

Topic Intersecting Realities: Health, Race, and the Ongoing Legacies of Slavery and Jim Crow Description Moderator: Gwendolyn R. Majette (Cleveland-Marshall College of Law) Speakers: • Sabrina Strings (Sociology) • Candice Taylor Lucas (Health Sciences) • Michele Goodwin (Law) Discussion Facilitators: • Sri Basu (English) • Sherine Handy (Anthropplogy) This event is 60 minutes. All are [...]

Intersecting Realities: Health, Race, and the Ongoing Legacies of Slavery and Jim Crow ♥ ✚2020-09-14T10:14:29-07:00

Designing the Narrative with Taylor Shaw and Jon Key ♥

Topic Designing the Narrative with Taylor Shaw and Jon Key Description This event brings together two path-forging creatives for a conversation about race and representation in the current moment. Taylor Shaw is a writer, producer, and founder of Black Women Animate, a studio dedicated to cultivating talented women of color and other underrepresented people in [...]

Designing the Narrative with Taylor Shaw and Jon Key ♥2020-09-14T10:10:50-07:00

Reimagining the Latinx Experience in America: Professor Laura Enriquez on Of Love and Papers: How Immigration Policy Affects Romance and Family ♥★

Book Talk Series: Reimagining the Latinx Experience in America September - October 2020 Select Mondays, 12:00 - 1:00 p.m. Zoom Details will be emailed to registered attendees 24 hours in advance The Book Talk Series: Reimagining the Latinx Experience in America is part of the project: The Future of Latinos in the United States: Law, [...]

Reimagining the Latinx Experience in America: Professor Laura Enriquez on Of Love and Papers: How Immigration Policy Affects Romance and Family ♥★2020-08-26T09:47:51-07:00

The 1619 Project and the Matter of Black Lives ♥

Topic The 1619 Project and the Matter of Black Lives Description The 1619 Project retells the history of the U.S. by foregrounding the arrival 401 years ago of enslaved Africans to Virginia. What is the impact of slavery on the country’s founding principles, economy, health care system, educational institutions, popular music and visual representations? Join [...]

The 1619 Project and the Matter of Black Lives ♥2020-09-14T10:15:04-07:00

UCI CARE: Staff & Faculty Lunch and Learn | What does domestic violence look like? ♥ ✚

As we observe throughout October, join CARE and domestic violence agency Human Options as we explore what violence and abuse looks like and how we can support those in abusive situations. REGISTER: http://bit.ly/CARELunch-Learn6 Please note that you will need to register using you UCI email address.

UCI CARE: Staff & Faculty Lunch and Learn | What does domestic violence look like? ♥ ✚2020-08-18T15:26:01-07:00
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