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Social Justice & Human Rights Dialogues

Upcoming Dialogue


Europe After Pax Americana, Jan Techau


A Conversation about the American Election
discussion on american election


The Middle Eastern War That Destabilized Europe: Syria and Its Consequences
discussion on middle eastern war

 

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Events

Slavery By Another Name: The Re-Enslavement of African Americans Between the Civil War and WWII

Slavery By Another Name: The Re-Enslavement of African Americans Between the Civil War and WWII, Douglas Blackmon, Pulitzer-Prize Winning Author, Journalist,  Documentary Film-Maker, and Host and Executive Producer of the PBS Series American Forum.

Location: SURC Ballroom A

Lion Rock Writer's Series: Natalie Diaz

May 2016  (precise date TBA) Lion Rock Writer's Series. Natalie Diaz.

Lion Rock Writer's Series: Fred D'Aguiar

Lion Rock Writer's Series. Fred D'Aguiar (fiction/drama poetry). D’Aguiar’s work explores the social and historical roots of racial injustice in the US and the Caribbean. His most recent novel, Children of Paradise, is about Jonestown; he is Guyanese-British and writes historical fiction about slavery, Guyana, and diaspora from the Carribbean.

http://www.freddaguiar.com/

Blood in the Water: The Attica Prison Uprising of 1971 and its Legacy

Blood in the Water: The Attica Prison Uprising of 1971 and its Legacy, by Heather Ann Thompson, Professor of History, University of Michigan.

Location: SURC 137

Community Policing in a Diverse and Global Society

“Community Policing in a Diverse and Global Society” (Organized by Charles Reasons and Dean Keith Champagne.)

Michael Eric Dyson

Michael Eric Dyson (Hosted by the Center for Diversity and Social Justice).

Related: Book and Information Display in Brooks Library

Cruel and Unusual: five transgendered women share their prison experiences

Documentary screening and panel discussion, Cruel and Unusual: five transgendered women share their prison experiences. SURC Theater

Speak Back to Power: Spoken Word Confronts Mass Incarceration

Live performance and Open Mic. (Organized by Xavier Cavazos.) Museum of Culture and Environment. Dean Hall Lobby

Orange is the New Black

Book discussion.  Brooks Library, CWU.

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