Upcoming Events

Mass Incarceration is a Feminist Struggle: Voices of Formerly Incarcerated Women

Center for the Study of Race and Ethnicity in America

 

1.2 million women are under correctional supervision in the United States, yet the narrative of mass incarceration often ignores theRead More

i-BSHS Seminar: ​Addressing racial trauma in substance use treatment for Black adults

Department of Behavioral and Social Sciences, C.V. Starr Foundation & Center for the Study of Race and Ethnicity in America

The Department of Behavioral and Social Sciences is pleased to bring the i-BSHS (Innovations in Behavioral and Social Health Sciences) Seminar Series to the Brown University School of Public Health. The i-BSHS lecture series fosters collaborative discussion on innovative behavioral and social science-based approaches to improving population health.The first guest speakerRead More

“Medical Scarcity through Natural and Political Disaster in the United States” with Professor George Aumoithe

Center for the Study of Slavery and Justice

Please join the Center for the Study of Slavery and Justice Race, Medicine and Social Justice Research Cluster to welcome Professor Aumoithe for a lecture entitled “Medical Scarcity through Natural and Political Disaster in the United States”.

The so-called richest country in the world, the U.S. produces an abundance of pharmaceuticals, diagnostics, and specialty care. At theRead More

“Black Men in White Coats” Screening and Panel Discussion

Warren Alpert Medical School; School of Public Health; Brown Library

Join us for a panel discussion of Black Men in White Coats, a documentary film that highlights the lack of Black men in medicine and encourages communities to support high school and college-age Black males in becoming physicians.

Film Screening: October 25 - 27

Registrants will be provided a code to stream the film free of charge anytime on October 25Read More

Indigenous DC: Native Peoples and the Nation’s Capital

John Nicholas Brown Center for Public Humanities and Cultural Heritage

Elizabeth Rule is an Assistant Professor, Critical Race, Gender, and Culture Studies, American University.

In this talk, Elizabeth Rule, PhD (enrolled citizen, Chickasaw Nation; Assistant Professor of Critical Race, Gender, and Culture Studies at American University) will discuss the historical and contemporary IndigenousRead More

Black Out: Remixing Racist Wallpaper

John Nicholas Brown Center for Public Humanities and Cultural Heritage
, Lecture Room

Talk description coming soon.

Speaker: JAZZMEN-LEE JOHNSON, Artist.

*All individuals – regardless of vaccination status – must wear masks indoors, unless in a private, non-shared space or when actively eating. In addition, social distancing of at least six feet must be maintained when unmasked. Unvaccinated individuals must continue to wear a maskRead More