Black Diasporic Motherhood. Ray Warren Symposium 2020
4–5:30 p.m.Black Diasporic Motherhood This panel centers the daily lived experiences of Afro-descendent mothers and explores their methods of resistance and ways of forming while mothering in an anti-Black society. The discussion will examine how Black mothers prepare their children to live in a racialized state, how Black mothers of different ethnicities socialize their children, and how transnational kinship is formed between Black mothers of varied cultural backgrounds.
Moderator: Valerie White, L&C ombuds
Channon Miller, assistant professor of history, University of San Diego (bio)
Alaí Reyes-Santos, associate professor of Indigenous, race, and ethnic studies, University of Oregon (bio)
Additional presenters to be confirmed.
No registration required. More information and zoom links will be posted during the week of November 11 here.
Sponsored by the Ray Warren Symposium on Race and Ethnic Studies.