Intersecting Realities: Health, Race and the Ongoing Legacies of Slavery and Jim Crow

Intersecting Realities: Health, Race and the Ongoing Legacies of Slavery and Jim Crow

Moderator:  Gwendolyn R. Majette (Cleveland-Marshall College of Law)

Speakers

Sabrina Strings (Sociology)
Candice Taylor Lucas (Health Sciences)
Michele Goodwin (Law)

Event information

This event supports the visit of Nikole Hannah-Jones, creator of The 1619 Project, October 29.

Photo: The Black Panther Party conducting community tests for sickle cell anemia, 1972.

The 1619 Project series is presented by UCI Humanities Center and is co-sponsored by: UCI Illuminations:  The Chancellor’s Arts & Culture Initiative, School of Humanities, Claire Trevor School of the Arts, School of Education, School of Law, School of Social Sciences, School of Social Ecology, UCI Libraries, Academic English, Composition Program, Center for Latin American Studies, Center on Law, Equality, and Race, Center for Medical Humanities, International Center for Writing and Translation, Literary Journalism and Center for Storytelling, Office of Inclusive Excellence, Student Affairs, Staff Assembly, AAPI Womxn in Leadership and Academic and Professional Women of UCI, and UCI Black Thriving Initiative.

#UCI1619Project 

To participate in The 1619 Project in 2020: Student Showcase (one minute reflection videos eligible for gift card drawings), Reflection Videos Due November 2. see bit.ly/1619Showcase

 

 

Event Details

  • When: Thursday, October 15, 5-6:30 p.m., PDT
  • Where: Zoom Webinar - Register to Receive Link
  • Organizer: Judy Wu (email)
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