|1/22/2020 12:00 PM|| ||Lunch and Learn:Community Hunger & Food Security |
Come hungry, as lunch will be provided for this enlightening experience.
Dr. David Rollock, Department Head of Psychological Sciences, will be the master of ceremonies. Vanessa Pacheco, Coordinator of Civic Engagement, will be the keynote speaker....
|1/23/2020 12:00 PM|| ||Pursuing Economic & Social Justice Here at Home: A Panel Discussion |
Learn how local organizations pool their time and talent to help our communities address challenges of poverty, homelessness, food security, social justice and more.
The discussion will also include ways that community members can do their...
|1/24/2020 12:00 PM|| ||Last Boiler Standing |
Watch and compete in a live game show!
Pairs of students, faculty and staff will answer questions about poverty, economic justice and the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. — audience participation prizes available.
|1/29/2020 4:00 PM|| ||When the ### hits the fan: Reactionary Programming Toolkit |
Presenters: Monica M. Johnson, Ph.D., Rory Gregg James, and Brian Richardson | Indiana University, Bloomington
Annually, higher education professionals and student leaders approach the upcoming academic year with grand plans for timely...
|2/26/2020 4:00 PM|| ||From Woodsen to Wakanda: Emancipatory Pedagogy & The Miseducation of the Negro in American Higher Education Today |
Presenter: Dr. Terrell Strayhorn
In February of 1926, Carter Goodwin Woodson, born December 19, 1875 to two former slaves, established “Negro History Week” as a time to celebrate the achievements and contributions of Black people to...
|3/4/2020 4:00 PM|| ||The Dehumanization of Indigenous Women |
Presenters: Emma Allen, MA | Stephanie Cross, MA
According to the FBI, Indigenous women are three times as more likely to experience rape or sexual assault than Black, Latina, and European-American women in North America (Perry, 2004)....