2021 LIN LECTURE: “What’s going on?”: COVID-19, Racial Justice, and the Virtual Learning Experiences of Black Youth
HOSTED BY THE OFFICE OF THE DEAN | ONLINE ONLY (VIA ZOOM) | 1.5 CE HOURS (NO FEE)
Dr. Sheretta Butler-Barnes (bio), an associate professor at the Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis and a leading developmental psychologist and quantitative methodologist, is known for her research on the impact of racism and the use of culturally strength-based assets on the educational and health outcomes of Black American youth. Her work focuses on how Black youth draw on individual and cultural assets and resources to thrive, despite challenges to their identities from structural, individual, and cultural racism. For this year’s Dr. Alice P. Lin Memorial Lecture, she will discuss the impact of the dual stressors of COVID-19 and experiences of racism on Black youth’s well-being and virtual learning. For more information, including continuing education learning objectives, please visit the event listing.
About the Dr. Alice P. Lin Memorial Lecture
Made possible by a generous gift from Dr. Nan Lin in honor of his wife, Dr. Alice P. Lin (MSW’78, DSW’85), the annual Dr. Alice P. Lin Memorial Lecture addresses research, issues, and trends in public policy and administration. Read more.
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