‘Surviving R. Kelly’ Producer Dream Hampton Takes On Ecosystem That Supported The Star

Activist, filmmaker and writer dream hampton executive produced Surviving R. Kelly, a six-part docuseries focusing on Kelly's alleged victims and their family members. hampton says the series, which first premiered on Lifetime on Jan. 3, is currently streaming on Lifetime's website and will re-air on Feb. 25, is about "centering the women."


CSRPC Faculty Colloquium: Salikoko S. Mufwene/ Linguistics

The CSRPC Faculty Colloquium is a forum for the Center’s Faculty Affiliates to share research-in-progress with colleagues across areas and fields who share an investment in scholarship that engages questions of race and ethnicity.


CSRPC Annual Public Lecture: Jose Antonio Vargas

The CSRPC's Annual Public Lecture features distinguished public intellectuals whose work promotes engaged thought and scholarship around topics of race and ethnicity within the public sphere. This year, we are pleased to present Jose Antonio Vargas, journalist, filmmaker, and immigration rights activist as our chosen speaker.


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Aug 20 | Eve Ewing to Pen Marvel’s “Ironheart” Series

The series will focus on Riri Williams, a black teen girl from Chicago who is a genius and superhero. Read more here.

Aug 8 | Updates on Reconstruction in Puerto Rico

Thousands still left without electricity, while political strife rocks the island territory. Read the Guardian series here

May 23 | Srikanth Reddy Wins Guggenheim Fellowship

Faculty Affiliate Srikanth Reddy will use the award to complete a new book of poetry, titled “Underworld Lit.”

May 19 | Belew Interviewed by New York Times on White Power

In a NYT interview, Faculty Affiliate Kathleen Belew talks about the connections between Vietnam, terrorism, and the White Power movement. 

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