The Streets and the Classrooms: Educational and Industrial Films in an Era of Massive Social Change

This Spring 2015 series continues on Friday, May 1 with a program on "Using Classroom Films to Teach about Race" at the South Side Community Art Center.

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Monday, May 4 | Emory Douglas: Arts and Resistance

Emory Douglas in conversation with local artists and activists about arts, resistance and revolution. With Cairá Lee Conner from We Charge Genocide's Radical Education Project and James T. Green, 2014/15 Arts + Public Life/CSRPC Artist-in-Residence. 

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Monday, May 11 | CRES Talks presents: “Langston Hughes Travels in Harlem” with Sandhya Shukla

CRES Talks presents: “Langston Hughes Travels in Harlem – The Globality of the Small Story Spanish Blood,” with Sandhya Shukla, Associate Professor of American Studies and English, University of Virginia

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CSRPC Affiliate Cathy Cohen co-authors an opinion piece in the Washington Post

Former Director and CSRPC Affiliate Cathy Cohen and former affiliate Danielle Allen co-author an opinion piece in the Washington Post entitled, "The new civil rights movement doesn't need an MLK."

CSRPC Affiliate Omar McRoberts Discusses the Link Between Upward Mobility and Church

A new national survey finds that while young people express strong support for marriage equality, they also believe the push for same-sex marriage has diverted too much attention from other important issues facing lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered individuals. The study shows that young people differ along racial and ethnic lines in setting priorities for advancing LGBT rights. - See more at: http://news.uchicago.edu/article/2014/08/05/young-people-support-lgbt-rights-disagree-priorities#sthash.29OpvhTU.dpuf
A new national survey finds that while young people express strong support for marriage equality, they also believe the push for same-sex marriage has diverted too much attention from other important issues facing lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered individuals. The study shows that young people differ along racial and ethnic lines in setting priorities for advancing LGBT rights. - See more at: http://news.uchicago.edu/article/2014/08/05/young-people-support-lgbt-rights-disagree-priorities#sthash.29OpvhTU.dpuf"I don't know how to make sense of the possibility of Ferguso, the inevitability of Ferguson, the reality of Ferguson existing in the twenty-first century."

CSRPC Faculty Affiliate Omar McRoberts notes attending church provides opportunities and networks to lower-income young people in this NBC News report.

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