400 Years of Inequality: Breaking the Cycle of Systemic Racism
This day is a part of a national movement by schools of public health to engage in the observance of “400 Years of Inequality,” marking 400 years since a group of 20 Africans were first sold in bondage in Jamestown, Virginia. This Dean’s Symposium aims to use this anniversary to discuss how we can disrupt systemic racism, with forward-looking and solution-driven discussions. Find more information about the event at the REGISTER link above.
Services for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing People Provided
Cohosted with the Howard Thurman Center for Common Ground, the Museum of African American History, and the Activist Lab