The Women’s Center and Student Life’s Mosaic Center in partnership with the Dresher Center for the Humanities are proud to announce the Humanities Forum Daphne Harrison Lecture and Critical Social Justice keynote event:
“On Hip Hop, Race, and Politics: The Way We Talk About Things” by Jay Smooth
Thursday, March 6th at 7:30pm in the UC Ballroom
Q&A with meet-and-greet reception to follow the lecture
Learn more about hip hop culture critic Jay Smooth by checking out a couple of his most popular videos: How To Tell Someone They Sound Racist and How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Discussing Race.
Please see the CSJ site for more information on the Critical Social Justice: Engaging in Difficult Dialogues campaign. The Call for Participation has been extended and we encourage all departments, organizations, and individuals to consider organizing a program as part of Critical Social Justice week during March 3rd through 7th. Event information should be submitted through the CSJ site by Friday, February 7th to ensure inclusion in the CSJ campaign publicity materials.
Special thanks to all of our co-sponsors and campus partners whose support has made the Jay Smooth keynote lecture and the Critical Social Justice campaign possible.