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Reimagining America: Discussions on Race, Justice and Social Protest
This virtual 3-part series will seek to strengthen viewers ability to better understand the Black experience and encourage thinking critically about the national and international events and struggles for social justice. Click on program titles to register for each event.
June 15, Part 1: History Taught Us: Exploring Yesterday’s Impact on Today
June 17, Part 2: “Why All the Protests?” Having ‘The Talk’ about Race and Racism
June 19, Part 3: “If You Protest You May Die, If You Don’t Protest You May Die" A Generation-Z Perspective on Political Engagement
"Reimagining America" will be facilitated by Mark C. Hopson, Ph.D., Director of African and African American Studies, and Associate Professor of Communication at George Mason University. Dr. Hopson is co-editor of the forthcoming book Reimagining Black Masculinities: Critical Essays on Race, Gender and Public Space.