Race, Racism, Becoming an anti-racist
During the Summer of 2020, amidst a global pandemic, a much-needed spotlight shone on issues of race, racial inequity, economic and health disparity, police brutality and other issues impacting American citizens continuing to live on the margins.
Protests were held and voices were uplifted. But one question was consistently asked: “What can I do? I hear the urgent plead against discrimination. But what can I do?”
The CTL presents a Marquette faculty video series series on the ways in which Marquette faculty are responding to this call in their own domain.
Episode 1: Service Learning in Culture & Health
Episode 2: A Catholic Perspective
Episode 3: Incarcerated students & the Educational Preparedness Program
Episode 4: Re-evaluating the curriculum in the College of Comm
The 2021 Nieman Symposium also focuses on social justice topics
Episode 5: Being a co-conspirator
Episode 6: Oral histories & ethnographies
Episode 7: Undergraduate Community Engagement Research