Announcements / 02.3.23
René Salazar Speaker Series on Feb. 14
Come support diverse researchers in a conversation about achieving equity in universities, public sector workforce and student populations. Register for our next talk, to be held Tuesday, February 14.
René Salazar Speaker Series

Join us for our next scheduled LatinX@Broad Speaker Series talk held jointly with LatinX and A4C on:

"EDI Neo-Liberal Performativity: A Critical Transformative Conversation"
Tuesday, February 14
2:00 p.m. − 3:00 p.m
Via Zoom or in person at 415M-7-Everest (7001)

Registration required via Zoom, to register please visit: 

Dr. Wesley Crichlow, Ph.D.
Critical Race Theory, Anti-Blackness, Intersectionality and Decoloniality

Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) in the past three decades continues to be an ongoing project of universities and the public sector seeking to diversify the workforce and student population. This work is often criticized for being neo-liberal, performative, and non-transformative. This conversation asks two questions: how can universities break out of the cycle of neo-liberal performativity? And how can they transform and challenge the power that feeds systemic injustices?


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René Salazar Speaker Series