Jun 3 | Khalil Gibran Muhammad on “Where Did All the White Criminals Go?”

Please join the CSRPC and the Reproduction of Race and Racial Ideologies Workshop for a special workshop with Dr. Khalil Gibran Muhammad titled, "Where Did All the White Criminals Go: Reconfiguring Race on the Road to Mass Incarceration." 

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thru Jun 10 | Crossing the Vertical Border: On the Central American Migrant Trail

Please join the Center for the Study of Race, Politics, and Culture, the Workshop on Latin America and the Caribbean, and the Spanish Graduate Students Committee, in a series of conversations with Salvadoran journalist Óscar Martínez about his books on Central America and Catalan photojournalist Edu Ponces about his photographic work, on display at the CSRPC throughout the Spring Quarter, in an exhibition entitled "On the Trail / Homeless Dream: A Photographic Exhibition."

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WATCH NOW | February 2016 Teach-in on Racism and Activism

Did you miss the February 2016 Teach-in on Racism and Activism?  Watch the entire program here!

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In op-ed, CSRPC Faculty Affiliate Richard Jean So examines gender stereotypes in book reviews

In this New Republic op-ed, So and co-author Andrew Piper explore new data that shows that women authors are still stereotyped in book reviews.   

In op-ed, CSRPC Faculty Affiliate Justin Driver discusses legacy of ‘Southern Manifesto’

Driver writes in the L.A. Times that, "60 years later, the Southern Manifesto is as alive as ever."  The Southern Manifesto opposed Brown v. Board of Education.  Read more here

CSRPC Faculty Affiliate Waldo E. Johnson on the Black Lives Matter movement

Waldo E. Johnson, Jr., Ph.D., MSW, associate professor at the University of Chicago School of Social Service Administration and CSRPC Faculty Affiliate, discusses why he thinks it's critical to teach lessons of the Black Lives Matter movement to social work students.  Find the conversation here

CSRPC Faculty Affiliate Jacqueline Stewart on unearthing the lost history of African American cinema

CSRPC Faculty Affiliate Jacqueline Stewart launches project aimed at shining "a long-overdue spotlight on the trailblazing wave of black American independent film-making that flourished in the early part of the 20th century."  Read more here

CSRPC Faculty Affiliate Matthew Epperson explores ‘two simultaneous national crises’

In New York Times op-ed, Asst. Prof. Matthew Epperson explores ‘two simultaneous national crises’—police violence and poor mental health care.

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