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Virtual Town Hall: The Global Dimensions of Black Lives Matter: Where Do We Go From Here?

Wednesday, June 24, 2020, 2:00 pm EDT

black lives matterPanelists:
Shobana Shankar, Associate Professor, Departments of History and Africana Studies
Joseph Pierce, Associate Professor, Department of Hispanic Languages and Literature
Simone Brione, Assistant Professor, Departments of English and Africana Studies
Crystal Fleming, Associate Professor, Departments of Sociology and Africana Studies
Shimelis Gulema, Associate Professor, Departments of Africana Studies and History

Moderated by:
Zebulon Miletsky, Assistant Professor Department of Africana Studies
Judith B. Clarke, Chief Diversity Officer, Stony Brook University

Welcome Remarks:
Tracey Walters, Associate Professor and Chair, Department of Africana Studies
Nicole S. Sampson, Dean, College of Arts and Sciences and SUNY Distinguished Professor of Chemistry
Charles L. Robbins, Executive Director, Center for Changing Systems of Power; Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education and Student Success; Dean of the Undergraduate Colleges

Sponsored by the Department of Africana Studies, Center for Changing Systems of Power, College of Arts and Sciences, and Stony Brook Alumni Association.

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Previous Events:

Virtual Town Hall: The Killing of George Floyd and the Resulting Protests for Social Justice

Thursday, June 18, 2020

Presented by the Center for Changing Systems of Power (CCSP), the College of Arts and Sciences and the Alumni Association.

Featuring panelists from the Stony Brook University community:

Abena Asare, Associate Professor, Department of Africana Studies
Franck Joseph II ‘12, Deputy Commissioner at New York City Commission on Human Rights
Joe Vitriol, Senior Researcher, Department of Political Science 
Warren Graham, Clinical Assistant Professor and Director of Field Education at Stony Brook University

Welcome remarks: Nicole S. Sampson, Dean, College of Arts and Sciences and SUNY Distinguished Professor of Chemistry; Charles L. Robbins, Executive Director, Center for Changing Systems of Power; Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education and Student Success; Dean of the Undergraduate Colleges.

Sponsored by the Center for Changing Systems of Power, the College of Arts and Sciences, and the Stony Brook Alumni Association.

Additional dates and topics will be announced.