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Institute for Social Research pres.

Unravel Injustice: Taking Action

Part 2: Social Science in the Public Interest, Action for the Public Good

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A two-part discussion on our roles as citizens and scholars in movements to create a more just and humanistic society.

2019 University of Michigan MLK Symposium

Friday, February 15, 2019, 1:00-3:00pm, ISR Thompson Rm 1430

Keynote: The promise and peril of evidence-based activism
By: William Darity
Professor, School of Public Policy, Duke University

Round table discussions with noted scholar activists to follow keynote:
-Kristie Dotson, Associate Professor, Dept of Philosophy, Michigan State University, @DrBlkFeminist
-Alexes Harris, Professor, Dept of Sociology, University of Washington, @AlexesHarris ‏
-Mary Romero, Professor, Dept of Sociology, Arizona State University
-Kyle Whyte, Associate Professor, Dept of Philosophy, Michigan State University, @kylepowyswhyte
-Camille Wilson, Professor, School of Education, University of Michigan

After the keynote and brief panel presentations, each of the speakers will lead a round table discussion, facilitated by ISR's RacismLab members, on how we can integrate action for equality into our roles as researchers and educators. Round table discussion participation is limited and available through sign up. If you would like to participate, please sign up here:
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