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Black Lives Matter: Diversity at Lewis & Clark College

Date: 7:00pm PST February 1, 2016

Join us for the third in our panel series 

Black Lives Matter: Diversity at Lewis & Clark College  

Last fall,  the Black Lives Matter movement erupted at scores of colleges and universities across the country with students demanding changes at their institutions.  After a series of racist messages and a physical assault on our campus, students mobilized to demand a safer and more welcoming College.  In an effort to respond to students, faculty developed a proposal to diversify faculty and the curriculum at L&C.  This proposal was presented to the faculty at a meeting in December.  Now, faculty will present that proposal to the wider community to seek feedback and suggestions.


 

Andrew Bernstein, Associate Professor of History

Reiko Hillyer, Assistant Professor of History

Jane Hunter,Professor of History

Diana Leonard, Assistant Professor of Psychology

Sarah Warren, Assistant Professor of SOAN

Moderator, Elliott Young, Professor of History and Director of Ethnic Studies

 

 

Read the proposal to diversify faculty here

 

 

 

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