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ATTACKS ON CRITICAL RACE THEORY: What’s It Really About…

Dec 01, 2021

ATTACKS ON CRITICAL RACE THEORY: What It’s Really About and How Can Universities and Colleges Be Proactive in Protecting Its Faculty

with
  • Dr. Dorinda Carter Andrews, Professor & Chair, Department of Teacher Education at Michigan State University
  • Dr. Siobhan Carter-David, Associate Professor of History & Women’s and Gender Studies at Southern Connecticut State University
  • Dr. Jason Chang, Associate Professor of History and Asian American Studies at UCONN
  • Judge Angela Robinson (Retired), Visiting Professor & Waring and Carmen Partridge Faculty Fellow at Quinnipiac University Law School
  • Dr. Shawn Salvant (Discussant), Associate Professor of English and Africana Studies at UCONN

FREE & Open to the Public. Livestream at: s.uconn.edu/d3zg778vc3

Co-sponsored by: UConn Hartford, Charter Oak Cultural Center, UCONN Africana Studies Institute, UCONN Asian and Asian American Studies Institute, UCONN El Instituto, UCONN Office of the Provost, and UCONN Office of Diversity and Inclusion.

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Date:
December 1
Time:
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm EST
Cost:
FREE
Event Category:

Venue

Online

Organizer

Charter Oak Cultural Center
Phone:
(860) 310-2580
Email:
info@charteroakcenter.org
View Organizer Website