Responding to Racialized Policing Part II

Responding

In response to the verdict from the trial of Derek Chauvin in the death of George Floyd, the Slavery, Race and Memory Project along with the WFU Law School Criminal Justice Program and the ...

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A Virtual Conversation with Robert W. Lee

As a part of A Deeper Dive – Cultivating Inclusive Spaces Series, all are invited to join this interactive event where we welcome Robert W. Lee, a local pastor who is a descendent of the ...

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Representation Matters:  Art, Space, and Racial Restitution - Virtual Webinar

Representation Matters:  Art, Space, and Racial Restitution

This event is being co-sponsored by the Slavery, Race, and Memory and Wake the Arts Event. The virtual panel discussion will occur on ...

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WFU to Co-Sponsor Universities Studying Slavery Fall 2020 Webinar

Theme: Complicity and Complexity: Facing Unbearable Truths in North Carolina

 

October 1, 2020, 1:00-2:30pm ET via Zoom

 

Webinar Participants: Guilford College, International Civil Rights Center ...

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Virtual Public Conversation

In response to recent events across the nation, this Virtual Public Conversation was convened to speak to and address racialized police violence.  The event occurred from 6 to 7:30 p.m. on ...

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