One Year Later: A Candid Conversation About Anti-Racism in the Black & Asian Communities in the U.S. - Part Two
One Year Later: A Candid Conversation About
Anti-Racism in the Black and Asian Communities in the U.S. -
Tuesday, November 30, 2021
12:30 p.m. – 2 p.m. ET
Uris 301 and Zoom
This intimate discussion will address the current state of anti-racism toward the Black and Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) communities following a year that exacerbated injustices and inequities within these U.S. populations. Join us for a second conversation led by Professors Modupe Akinola and Dan Wang, which will encourage honest dialogue and offer a safe space for the student voice, will speak to the commonalities and differences in these respective communities’ experiences, and how they can come together to support one another for future action.
*The first conversation was held on October 26, 2021 and Part Two has been scheduled by popular demand.
- Modupe Akinola, Associate Professor of Management and Faculty Director of The Bernstein Center
- Dan Wang, Associate Professor of Business in Management and Faculty Co-Director of The Tamer Center for Social Enterprise
This event is part of The Phillips Pathway for Inclusive Leadership (PPIL), focusing on the essential inclusive leadership skills of managing intercultural or multiple identities and having sensitive dialogues.