Will the new U.S. Presidential Cabinet address the systemic inequalities highlighted by the Black Lives Matter Movement? How can we hold ourselves, our communities, and our administrations accountable to achieve racial equity? Join a conversation from distinguished professors, advocates and activists as they address these questions on Thursday 4 February at 11 a.m. PST (7pm GMT)
Panelists include Director of African Student Programs at UCR, Dr. Jamal Myrick, Ed.D. and former Director of Digital Strategy at the NAACP Legal Defence and Education Fund, Olamide Noah (UC San Diego alumna). Moderated by author, journalist, MC, and UCLA alumna Edie Lush.
There is a £5 admission fee. Proceeds from event registrations benefit Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion initiatives at the UC campuses.
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Thursday, February 4 at 11:00amVirtual Event
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