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A Ferguson Effect, the Drug Epidemic, Both, or Neither?Explaining the 2015 and 2016 U.S. Homicide Rises by Race and Ethnicity
Presented by Shytierra Gaston Assistant Professor, Criminology and Criminal Justice Faculty Works-in-Progress Colloquium Series 3:30 - 4:30 p.m. 909 Renaissance Park Presented by the CSSH Dean's Office and the Northeastern Humanities Center
Exploring Class and Race in the API Diaspora
Sunday, Oct. 14 • 3:30–6 PM Viet Aid, 42 Charles St, Boston, MA 02122 What is the intersection of race, class, and economic justice? What are the values we were raised on in our communities and families that shape our...
Identity, Race and Class in the Caribbean Diaspora
Identity, Race and Class in the Caribbean Diaspora: Join us on Wednesday, September 26, 2018, 5:30pm, as Dr. Lorick-Wilmot shares her observations about the identity experiences of middle class Black Caribbean Americans. Registration encouraged. Food will be served.
Segregation by race and socioeconomic status persists in U.S. cities new study finds
When’s the last time you visited a neighborhood where practically everyone was different from you? If you’re like most Americans—at least those who tweet—the answer is probably “rarely” or “never.” That’s because segregation by race and socioeconomic status in cities...
A Tribute to the Dream: Expressions of race and identity in society
Martin Luther King Jr. famously said, “Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.” It’s a sentiment about hope, about meeting adversity with compassion. And it’s how Northeastern...
‘Hit First And Worst’: Region’s Communities Of Color Brace For Climate Change Impacts
"People talk a lot about communities of color, immigrant communities, low-income communities being, you know, hit first and worst," says Kalila Barnett, who was the longtime head of the Roxbury-based Alternatives for Community and Environment, or ACE, and who's now working...
Will NFL protests be seen as the moment “The tide turned” on race, social justice?
It’s a complicated issue for people who conflate the flag and the national anthem with “honor, glory, sacrifice, and in many cases, their own loss,” said Northeastern’s Martin Blatt, professor of the practice in history and director of the university’s...
How Can Journalism ‘Move the Conversation Forward’ On Race”
In the wake of racially charged rallies like the one in Charlottesville, Virginialast month, and as cities take stock of their histories by way of statutes, landmarks, and street names such as Yawkey Way in Boston, Northeastern’s School of Journalism hosted a media gut-check...
Critical Race Theory Workshop: “Race-ing for Property Rights: Racial Oppression in the Law.”
Please join the Multicultural Law Student Association as they host "Race-ing for Property Rights: Racial Oppression in the Law." Professor Melvin J. Kelley will discuss John A. Powell's theory of race as a social construct. This workshop will also unpack his...
Barrs Lecture: Senecan Inwardness and the Staging of Race in Titus Andronicus and Othello
Curtis Perry, Professor of English and Classics at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Race and Criminal Justice in MA and America
Panelists will discuss the topic, "Race and Criminal Justice in Massachusetts and America," from their perspective, covering law enforcement, corrections, the courts, sentencing and most importantly, the community perspective. Panelists include: William Gross, Superintendent-In-Chief of the Boston Police Department Steve...
Cultural Critic Jeff Chang Talks Race, Activism
Near the end of their 45-minute Q&A on the intersection of race, art, and politics in modern-day America, Northeastern social movements scholar Sarah Jackson asked Stanford cultural critic Jeff Chang a pointed question: “Are we going to be alright?” It was...