racial justice

Defining Critical Race Theory (Prince George’s County Memorial Library) – VIRTUAL

Join Librarian Christine Iko, of the library’s African American Department, as she breaks down the topic of Critical Race Theory. Learn about its principles and major works, theorists associated with it, and where it is being studied. Also learn about how it is being discussed in the media and banned […]

Courageous Conversations About Race (Prince George’s County Memorial Library) – VIRTUAL

Courageous Conversations About Race Glenn E. Singleton, founder of Courageous Conversation, and Jarvis R. Givens of the Harvard Graduate School of Education discuss the state of racial justice in the United States, reflecting on the social movements of 2020 and 2021 and the path forward. About Glenn E. Singleton: Glenn […]

Freedom Deferred & No Longer Denied: A Juneteenth Story (Enoch Pratt Free Library) – IN PERSON & VIRTUAL

Freedom Deferred & No Longer Denied: A Juneteenth Story WombWork Productions and Enoch Pratt Free Library invites you to join the Nu World Art Ensemble on a journey through the genesis of the Juneteenth holiday, the heroes and sheroes of emancipation during a war-torn 19th century United States, and the connections […]

⭐ Critical Conversations: Racial Justice and the Immigrant Rights Movement (University of Minnesota Law School) – VIRTUAL

James H. Binger Center Annual Immigration Law Forum About this Event The Binger Center’s Annual Immigration Law Forum brings together lawyers, students, advocates and community members to learn from each other and develop tools to continue the struggle to protect human rights, basic dignity and the rule of law. This […]

⭐ A Conversation with Ijeoma Oluo, Author of ‘So You Want to Talk About Race’ (American University) – VIRTUAL

American University is honored to welcome Ijeoma Oluo, one of our nation’s preeminent voices on feminism and social justice. About this Event The Office of Undergraduate Education and Academic Student Services, in partnership with the Antiracist Research & Policy Center and the School of International Service, is thrilled to welcome […]

“Let’s Talk About Race!” Roundtable – All Lives Matter vs. Black Lives Matter (Fairfax Cty Public Library) – VIRTUAL

Join us in a virtual roundtable all about race. An invitation will be mailed the morning of August 10. Adults. (R) Special Guest/Facilitator: Shakiyla D. Sincere, Racial Justice Educator Register HERE  

Beyond 1619, Part I (Fairfax Cty Public Library) – VIRTUAL

This virtual 2-part seminar provides high school juniors and seniors with a formal setting to discuss their concerns around discrimination, racism and equity. Students will also consider a variety of ways to transform their concerns into substantive change. An invitation to join this event will be sent on Friday, August […]