Returns to In conversation June 26, 2021 12:00 – 1:00 (ET) Dr. Enoch H. Page has spent the better part of 37 years in higher education, an anthropologist researching and teaching on structures of oppression, promoting education justice, and theorizing about sexed, gendered, raced, and classed embodied subjects. In this return to In Conversation Dr. … Continue reading Dr. Enoch H. Page
Celebrating BLACK… EVERYDAY
The Hate is everywhere; in the air, the water, dashing recklessly through the streets, pouring out from mouths. The Hate is Hate enough; sprinkled on food, wrapped around babies, added to deep passionate kisses, and laminated over love. Hate doesn’t care about equality, justice, equity, human rights, women’s rights, children, innocence, dignity, or honor; it … Continue reading The Hate
June 12, 2021 12:00 – 1:00 (ET) Marlies Yearby is an artist, choreographer, and director with a global perspective who has created work across various platforms including theater, film, and diverse multimedia. She is the Tony Award Nominated Choreographer of RENT, Drama League Award! recipient for the Los Angeles production of RENT, and a Dora … Continue reading Marlies Yearby
February 18, 2021 The Mobility Roundtable Series Mobility and Gender: “Use and Abuse” in design and operation of mobility Globally, abuse has become a frequent experience for many mobility users. In this Roundtable discussion on the role and impact of Gender in use and abuse in mobility, I present on mobility use by vulnerable populations. … Continue reading Mobility and Gender
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