As a college and institution of higher learning, it is our mission to promote intellectual inquiry and effective civic engagement within the context of respect for diversity. Our ability to educate is one tool for making change in the world. We can demand change in our community, but first, we have to educate our community on why that change is necessary.
The bi-weekly College Conversations series features faculty members in the College of Arts and Sciences whose research focuses on identifying racism, how to become an effective antiracist, and other topics related to allyship and antiracism.
Deadric Williams, assistant professor of sociology, will present Race, Family Structure, and Poverty: Towards a Racial Stratification Approach next Thursday, August 27 at 5:30 p.m. via Zoom.
Registration is required in advance for all presentations. Register here and after registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing the Zoom link and password.
Learn more about other presentations in the series. If you are interested in participating in the spring semester series, please submit your topic idea via this form.