Recent tragedies have brought increased awareness to issues of systemic racism in our nation today. But racism is not new — which calls for greater understanding of history and identifying approaches to tackle racism.
The ASU Committee for Campus Inclusion invites you to join us for the first of a series of important dialogues on systemic racism. Through a moderated panel discussion, we will highlight the history of racism in America, what it looks like today, the role of anti-racism, and what we can do as members of the ASU community to tackle systemic racism.
Racism is Not New: Tackling Systemic Racism in 2020
Thursday, July 9, 2020
Registration is required to attend this Zoom event
This event is open to all current ASU faculty, staff and students.
- Bryan Brayboy, President’s Professor and Director, Center for Indian Education
- Stanlie James, Vice Provost, Inclusion and Community Engagement
- Mako Ward, Clinical Assistant Professor and Faculty Head, African and African American Studies, School of Social Transformation
- Cassandra Aska, Deputy Vice President and Dean of Students University Chair of Committee for Campus Inclusion