2019-2020 Academic Year

Event Title

Become a Change You Want to See!

Location

Online

Start Date

22-4-2020 4:30 PM

End Date

22-4-2020 5:30 PM

Event Type

Conversation

Description

In this interactive session, we invite you to consider how one person or a small group can start a momentum of social change. Within this conversation, we’ll discuss past and present examples of this topic, including change agents who are the “names behind the names”— individuals whose courageous acts advanced and supported the well-known actions of people such as Jackie Robinson and Rosa Parks. We will also look at the effect the current pandemic has had on perceptions and experiences of Asian Americans and how we can contribute to a more inclusive society.

Comments

The conversation will be facilitated by the following graduate students studying Race and Ethnic Relations in America, taught by Dr. Judith McKay: Oscar de Tuya, Damaris Hall, Meilin Jiang, Debbie Lawrence, Jeanette Noble, Shannon Parker, Lizyvette Ramos, and Zeev Zilber.

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Apr 22nd, 4:30 PM Apr 22nd, 5:30 PM

Become a Change You Want to See!

Online

In this interactive session, we invite you to consider how one person or a small group can start a momentum of social change. Within this conversation, we’ll discuss past and present examples of this topic, including change agents who are the “names behind the names”— individuals whose courageous acts advanced and supported the well-known actions of people such as Jackie Robinson and Rosa Parks. We will also look at the effect the current pandemic has had on perceptions and experiences of Asian Americans and how we can contribute to a more inclusive society.