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10th Annual Symposium: November 13-15, 2013
How do racial ideologies intersect with and inform ideas about crime, punishment, justice, and state authority?
Join us for three days of provocative lectures, panel discussions, performances, workshops,
and other events analyzing racial disparities and the carceral state. Click the button below for details.
All symposium lectures and panels are free and open to the public.
9th Annual Ray Warren Symposium
November 7-9, 2012
Enjoy photos of the Symposium here.
This symposium examined race and ethnicity in connection with media and communication. Among the questions we addressed were: How does the Internet bring communities together and further divide them? In what ways might social media serve as an agent for change and reconstruction of our identities? How have marginalized communities found a voice in the digital world?
The final event was the Race Monologues, written and performed by a group of Lewis & Clark students. Always a highlight of the symposium, the Race Monologues is an emotionally charged and thoughtful expression of students’ experiences with racism, ethnicity, and personal identity.