Confronting Anti-Black Racism on Campus

Event date

Tuesday, September 8, 2020 - 1:00pm to 2:00pm



Who's invited

Campus Community


Dr. Aletha M. Harven


(209) 667-3504

protestor holding "Black Lives Matter" sign Joan Villalon

Accessibility Information

Persons with disabilities who need accommodations or have questions about access may contact the program sponsoring the event, as listed above.

Event Details

Confronting Anti-Black Racism on Campus: Q & A with Dr. Harven

Dr. Aletha M. Harven, Professor of Psychology, will lead attendees in exploring, understanding, and effectively confronting anti-Black racism on our college campus. This session is open to the campus community, where attendees are encouraged to bring their questions for Dr. Harven to address.

Note: On August 12th & 13th, Dr. Harven organized and hosted a 2-Day Professional Development training titled, "Confronting Anti-Black Racism on College Campuses." The training provided critical information on various aspects of anti-Black racism, where notable scholars empowered attendees with strategies for confronting it. Recorded sessions will be available to view in conjunction with this session.

Join via Zoom

This event will be recorded.