In this series, speakers will engage in conversations on racism, resistance, and reconciliation in order to help the EKU community better understand the complex historical emergence, internationalization, and institutionalization of racism and white supremacy, the past and current efforts at resisting it, and some imaginative ways of addressing the wrongs of the past for a more just world.
Please note that the live events are currently open to the EKU community only. However, recordings of the sessions will be available after the event and accessible on this Libguide. If you have questions about participating, please email Christina.Stallard@eku.edu
Register to attend the event series HERE.
Access the Zoom link HERE.
This series is co-sponsored by African and African American Studies, the Department of History, Philosophy, and Religious Studies, the Department of Languages, Cultures, and Humanities, the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs, the Office of Institutional Equity, the Student Success Center, and EKU Libraries.