SOCIAL IMPACT LIVE: Framing an Anti-Racist Agenda for Columbia University

September 29 12:00 pm - 12:30 pm

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OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | STREAMED LIVE ON FACEBOOK*

The COVID-19 pandemic and its disproportionate effect on people of color—along with the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and countless other Black Americans at the hands of police—have freshly highlighted the pervasiveness of race and racism in our society. In the opening episode of our fall Social Impact LIVE series, host Richard Hara (bio) sits down with CSSW Lecturer Jalana Harris (bio) and Associate Director of Field Education Ovita Williams (bio) to discuss their efforts to create a space within Columbia University for difficult conversations about race and for individual and collective healing. They, along with CSSW colleagues Courtney Cogburn and Zuleka Henderson, recently collaborated with the Office of the Provost to set up a mini-institute on addressing anti-Black racism for Columbia faculty. During this episode, Harris and Williams will talk about that experience and also about the impact of their work on those who attended the three-course series.

*Links to Facebook LIVE sessions are not generated until the event has started. Register to receive a reminder as well as a link to the stream shortly after the program begins (the link isn’t generated until we go live). Alternatively, you can go to CSSW’s Facebook page at noon. The stream will appear as the first post on the page.


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Please contact swcommunications@columbia.edu. Thank you for being part of our Facebook LIVE series focusing on research and practice with social impact at CSSW and the wider community of Columbia University. We hope you’ll become a regular participant.