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Carolina’s Trailblazers: An Intergenerational Conversation – Campus Racial Climate and Visions for Social Equity
September 30 @ 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Carolina’s Black Trailblazers: An Intergenerational Conversation
In honor of our 25th anniversary, we are convening a 3-part series featuring dialogues among UNC Black alumni and students –from the 1960s-present– about a range of topics concerning the Black experience at Carolina. How have students across different generations experienced the racial climate at Carolina and what could a socially equitable campus look like? What does it mean to be Black and belong at Carolina and what are the spaces for Black student belonging? What can an inclusive and equitable UNC physical and social landscape look like? Join us as over 15 panelists address these questions and more in an unprecedented and timely conversation.
Spaces of Belonging and Inclusion across Carolina
October 7 | 4:30PM EST | REGISTER
Inclusion across Carolina’s Landscape
October 14 | 4:30PM EST | REGISTER
The Race Workshops
Led by graduate students, the Race Workshop is a space for dynamic and engaged interdisciplinary explorations of race and ethnicity broadly and interdisciplinary. The fall line-up for talks includes presentations by faculty and graduate students in anthropology, sociology and social work. For information about the Race Workshop’s reading and writing group email firstname.lastname@example.org.