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Black Hair + Storytelling as a Form of Social Activism

Mar 07, 2024 12:30 PM - Mar 07, 2024 1:30 PM
Eunice and James L. West Library
Instruction Center and Zoom

Join Student Diversity and Inclusion Programs for a watch party in the Library Instruction Center for an engaging conversation on the CROWN act, anti-blackness, and racial trauma. This event will occur during free period and will offer free lunch to attendees. Zoom will also be available. Our guest speaker will be St. Clair Detrick-Jules, award-winning Afro-Caribbean filmmaker and photographer, whose work focuses on immigrant justice, women's rights, and Black liberation. Attendees will be able to win a copy of her book My Beautiful Black Hair. If you are interested in joining via Zoom or have any questions about this event, please reach out to Bertinand Gardner at

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The mission of Student Diversity and Inclusion Programs is to assist in the engagement, academic success and retention of minoritized students, and offer guidance and support to these student populations through programming, education and support.