Addressing Racism’s Toll and the Road to the Chancellor’s Professor ★

Addressing Racism’s Toll and the Road to the Chancellor's Professor Black Faculty And Staff Association Friday, February 12 | 1:00 - 2:00 p.m. Zoom Meeting Link Michele Goodwin, J.D., Chancellor’s Professor & Director, Center for Biotechnology & Global Health Policy

Addressing Racism’s Toll and the Road to the Chancellor’s Professor ★2021-02-10T15:44:10-08:00

Addressing Slavery: “The Revolution Will Not Be Theorized: Cultural Revolution in the Black Power Era” ♥★

Addressing Slavery: "The Revolution Will Not Be Theorized: Cultural Revolution in the Black Power Era" February 10, 2021, 12:00p.m. - 1:30p.m. Zoom (pre-registration required) Errol A. Henderson, Associate Professor of International Relations, Pennsylvania State University REGISTER: https://forms.gle/2fC7Ja3io6TsAVrM7  Errol A. Henderson is associate professor of international relations (IR) at Pennsylvania State University. He earned a Ph.D. in [...]

Addressing Slavery: “The Revolution Will Not Be Theorized: Cultural Revolution in the Black Power Era” ♥★2021-01-28T20:16:36-08:00

Community Empower Hour: Racism in Disney Movies ♥

Hello! Thank you for your interest in joining the Cross-Cultural Center's Community Empower Hour! Community Empower Hour is a bi-weekly series of student-led conversations intended to build and empower community in the time of COVID-19 and remote learning. Join us for Community Empower Hour: Racism in Disney Movies on Wednesday, February 3, 11:00am-12:00pm. This Community [...]

Community Empower Hour: Racism in Disney Movies ♥2021-02-02T11:39:29-08:00

Self, Society, Family: College Women of Color Consider Reporting Violence Featuring Dr. Candace W. Burton ♥ ✚

Self, Society, Family: College Women of Color Consider Reporting Violence Featuring Dr. Candace W. Burton   Abstract: The purpose of this study was to explore how women of color affiliated with a large public university in the United States evaluated involving authorities in cases of intimate partner violence (IPV) and/or sexual assault (SA) and to [...]

Self, Society, Family: College Women of Color Consider Reporting Violence Featuring Dr. Candace W. Burton ♥ ✚2020-11-19T08:29:56-08:00

The Fire Next Time by James Baldwin ♥

Publisher's introduction: A national bestseller when it first appeared in 1963, The Fire Next Time galvanized the nation, gave passionate voice to the emerging civil rights movement—and still lights the way to understanding race in America today. At once a powerful evocation of James Baldwin’s early life in Harlem and a disturbing examination of the consequences of [...]

The Fire Next Time by James Baldwin ♥2020-09-24T08:38:48-07:00

BLACK AND BROWN VOICES MATTER ♥

UC IRVINE LANGUAGE SCIENCE TALKS ON LINGUISTIC DIVERSITY "BLACK AND BROWN VOICES MATTER " John Baugh Margaret Bush Wilson Professor in Arts and Sciences, Washington University in St. Louis Dr. John Baugh is the Margaret Cush Wilson Professor in Psychology, Anthropology, Education, English, Linguistics, and African and African-American Studies. He researches the social stratification of [...]

BLACK AND BROWN VOICES MATTER ♥2020-09-29T15:53:42-07:00

Beyond the Carceral System ♥ ✚

Beyond the Carceral System Featuring Professor Leigh Goodmark, Professor Charisa Smith, and Dr. Jamila Stockman Introductory Remarks by Professor Jane Stoever   How can gender-based violence remedies advance beyond the carceral system? Global movements against racism, calls to defund the police and reimagine public safety, and the collective focus on community aid during COVID-19 present opportunities [...]

Beyond the Carceral System ♥ ✚2020-09-09T10:40:47-07:00

Critical Perspectives on Policing Intimate Partner Violence ♥ ✚

Critical Perspectives on Policing Intimate Partner Violence Featuring Professor Aya Gruber and Professor Caroline Bettinger-López Introduction of Speaker Series by Professor Jane Stoever Discussion moderated by Professor Leigh Goodmark The first session of our fall 2020 speaker series presents varying perspectives on policing intimate partner violence. This important discussion occurs in the context of global movements [...]

Critical Perspectives on Policing Intimate Partner Violence ♥ ✚2020-08-04T08:55:26-07:00

Colorism and Everyday Racism: How does Anti-Blackness Present Itself in Our Daily Lives ♥

The UCI Humanities Center presents "Summer of Listening Series: Anti-Blackness in AAPI Communities." Each session will feature an hour-long panel followed by a 30-minute Zoom discussion. You may livestream these panels from Orange County Asian and Pacific Islander Community Alliance's Facebook page, but in order to participate in the discussion, you must register for the [...]

Colorism and Everyday Racism: How does Anti-Blackness Present Itself in Our Daily Lives ♥2020-07-29T08:22:09-07:00

UCI Mind Forum♥ ✚

Confronting the pandemic of racism: A call to action By Christian Salazar, PhD June 8, 2020 Commentary, In the News No Comments Contributed by Christian Salazar, PhD, UCI MIND Project Scientist Racism is once again thrust into our national spotlight by the death of yet another unarmed Black American at the hands of police. Lamentably, [...]

UCI Mind Forum♥ ✚2020-06-08T17:09:40-07:00
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