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Black Lives Matter and the Black Struggle: The Road Ahead

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Open Classroom | Fall 2021 | Race, Hate Crimes, and Reconciliation

Please join the School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs, the College of Social Sciences and Humanities, the College of Arts, Media, and Design, and the Northeastern Humanities Center for this semester’s Open Classroom series. The Fall 2021 Open Classroom will focus on hate crimes, anti-Semitism, anti-Asian discrimination, and on ways of bringing together disparate groups to address discrimination and reconciliation. We will address history, reparations, racial dialogues, and approaches to addressing social justice in America. 

This series is supported by the Northeastern University Jewish Studies program, the annual Morton Ruderman Memorial Lectureship, and the Kraft Family Philanthropies/Foundation to Combat Anti-Semitism. See below for the schedule of sessions and speakers.

November 17, 6 PM | Black Lives Matter and the Black Struggle: The Road Ahead

·         Rebecca Riccio, Director of the Social Impact Lab

·         Diedra Wrighting, Executive Director ADVANCE Office of Faculty Development

·         Professor Michelle Laboy, CAMD

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