Confronting Racism: Beyond the Protests, What Meaningful Actions Can People Take for Racial Justice?
In the wake of protests over racial injustice, many are left wondering: What's next? We'll discuss what ways people can continue to engage with the ongoing fight against systemic racism, and what actions lead to more meaningful outcomes in the long run.
Noelle Chaddock, Vice President for Equity and Inclusion, Bates College
Beth Hinderliter, assistant professor at James Madison University
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