Following last week's threat to Howard University, and the various acts of racism that have been experienced at colleges and universities across the nation, a group of graduate students have organized a roundtable panel to address, "Racism and Solidarity: A Critical Dialogue to Promote Strategic Action", at the Howard University College of Medicine, Seely G. Mudd Auditorium, Thursday, Nov. 19, from 3:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
The panel discussion signifies the start of strategically organizing initiatives to bring about change. In alignment with Howard University's mission, we are often looked at across the nation as a leader in social justice matters, and we will rise to the occasion to continue this great legacy! The event is sponsored by Department of Sociology, the School of Communication, Culture and Media Studies, Howard University College of Medicine, Student Government Association, Graduate Student Council, and the Organization for Graduate Sociologists.
The Howard community is encouraged to participate and hear from student panelists across the university who are leaders in our community, as well as engage and share how this events have impacted them. A flyer is attached. You can also visit https://www2.howard.edu/racism-and-solidarity-roundtable.