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Last Friday evening the African, African American, & Diaspora Studies Department at UNC hosted Saving the House We Built: African Americans, Democracy, and the Attack on the U.S. Capitol. We were joined by Dr. Tressie McMillan Cottom, Prof. Erika Wilson, … Continued
Join CES convener Dr. Sharon P. Holland and author Dr. Mab Segrest for a conversation about Dr. Segrest’s new book, The Administrations of Lunacy: Racism and the Haunting of American Psychiatry at the Milledgeville Asylum, released in April by The … Continued
Malinda Maynor Lowery delivered the keynote address on “The Shared Past and Present of Black and Indigenous People in the United States” for the Moore Academic Research Apprentice Program’s 26th Annual Conference, “Care in Crisis.” Kumi Silva moderated the keynote … Continued
In her keynote address to the Arquetopia Foundation’s Virtual Symposium on Artist Residencies: Future, Place, and State, Dr. Holland presented some of her most recent work, which explores vulnerability, accident, and love, at the intersection of the Racial Contract, a … Continued
Kia L. Caldwell and Sharon Holland joined Shauna Cooper, William Sturkey, Heidi Kim, and Mark Katz in a conversation on anti-Blackness, white privilege, and allyship, hosted by Targeting Equity in Access to Mentoring (TEAM) ADVANCE in partnership with the Center … Continued
COVID-19 is deadlier for black Brazilians, a legacy of structural racism that dates back to slavery. Read the whole article in The Conversation