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Cassius Adair, a visiting assistant professor in the Department of Media, Culture, and Communication, is an independent audio producer, writer, and researcher. We asked him about his scholarship on queer and transgender lives.
Presented by the CollideOscope Repertory Theatre Company, whose mission is to advance racial justice and healing through performance.
Lin-Manuel Miranda, John Leguizamo, and members of the original cast of “In The Heights” headline the benefit digital concert
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Today, we continue to support our communities and join the struggle for broad accountability, to hold those liable who enact violence against and harbor disdain for vulnerable people, especially Black womxn. Upon hearing the grand jury’s decision not to charge the police who took the life of Breonna Taylor, we were again tossed into a moment of grief, a moment that pushes us farther away from a desired world that truly values Black life. Breonna deserves more, and we deserve a world that deserves Breonna.
Dr. Jonathan Guryan, Professor of Education and Social Policy at Northwestern University, will give a presentation as part of the IES-PIRT Proseminar series.
Margaret Morone-Wilson, visiting assistant professor and teacher residency director in the NYU Teacher Residency Program, shares insights from her 33-year career in the Syracuse City School District.
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At the Intersection of Psychology and Criminal Justice: An Interview with New Faculty Member Keisha April
Keisha April, assistant professor and faculty fellow in the Department of Applied Psychology, conducts research at the intersection of psychology and criminal justice. Her work seeks to promote greater understanding of the relationships between communities of color and the police.
Join Paulette Goddard Professor and Professor Emerita Marion Nestle as she discusses her most recent book, "Let's Ask Marion: What You Need to Know About the Politics of Food, Nutrition, and Health."
Alisha Brown Gandhi, a clinical assistant professor in the Department of Communicative Sciences and Disorders, shares insights from her clinical practice.