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Thursday, March 30
Introduction to Critical Race Theory by Khiara Bridges12:15 - 1:15 p.m. // Austin 100 // Lunch will be served.
Film Screening: The Search for General Tso8 - 10 p.m. // WCC 2004 // Light refreshments will be served.
Friday, March 31
Talk on Black Lives Matter by Justin Hansford12:15 - 1:15 p.m. // Austin 100 // Lunch will be served.
Coffee with Tanya K. Hernández, Professor of Law at the Fordham University School of Law, specializing in Critical Race Theory and Latin American Law. ***Space at this event is very limited, so please let us know if you plan to attend!***3 p.m. // WCC 5046
Saturday, April 1
10 a.m. // Breakfast will be served.
10:30 a.m. - 12 p.m. // Multiracial Identity: De-centering Whiteness PanelWith Tanya K. Hernández; Kevin Noble Maillard, Professor of Law at Syracuse University; and Carina Ray, historian of Africa and the Black Atlantic world at Brandeis University.
12 p.m. // Lunch will be served.
12:30 - 2 p.m. // Coalition-Building PanelWith Chris Torres of the Center for Community Change and Matt Cregor of the Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights.
2:30 - 4:15 p.m. // WCC 3019 ***Space at this event is limited, so please let us know if you plan to attend!***Workshop: Transformative Power: Discovering and Assuming Different Levels of Agency to Create ChangeGrounded in the concepts of feminist leadership for social transformation by Srilatha Batliwala, this workshop discusses the different levels of collective and individual power that we each hold and assume based on our identities, experiences, and affiliations. Participants will have the opportunity to engage in facilitated small and large group discussions to explore how they can leverage power to create change and supportive environments within their institutions and communities.
Proudly supported by La Alianza, the American Constitution Society, Lambda, Students for Inclusion, the Harvard Civil Rights - Civil Liberties Review, and ACLU-HLS.