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Letting Go of our "Expert" Identities

An Unlearning Journey toward Liberatory, Evaluation, and Justice Presented by: Dr. Nidal Karim May 5, 2022

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ISS310: Introduction to Environmental History: Attitudes, Ethics, & Policy

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Institutional Diversity and Inclusion Speaker Series, 3/24/2022

A Way Forward in Practice: The Myth and Misconceptions about Teaching Race and Racism. On March 24, Vice President Jabbar R. Bennett, Ph.D. hosted a conversation with Michigan State University…

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Unpacking the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Two-Spirits Crisis - Women*s History Month 2022

Graduate student Michaela Allen-Sanchez (she/they) unpacks the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Two-Spirits Crisis, then leads discussion amongst session attendees. Sponsored by Women*s…

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VM 580-Left-handed surgeon's knot with instrument

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Trauma, Community Health and the Criminal Legal System

Recorded September 13, 2021 Co-presented by the MSU Center for Bioethics and Social Justice and the Henry Ford Health System Health Disparities Research Collaborative. Panelists: Jennifer Cobbina,…

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Collaborative Institutional Problem-Solving: Exploring DEI Initiatives and Five Case Studies Across Libraries and Museums

This session took place on May 13, 2021, as part of the ARLIS/NA Virtual Conference hosted by the ARLIS/NA MOQ Chapter. Presenters include Claralyn Burt, Soumya Dasgupta, Emilee Mathews, and K. Sarah…

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OH (A Monologue by Putu Wijaya)

World Premiere Staged Reading by Taksu Wijaya, of the English translation by Cobina Gillitt (Event by the Lontar Foundation).

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2121 MSU AgeAlive Annual Forum Legacy Lecture: Dr. William G. Anderson, D.O., FACOS

Dr. Anderson is well known for his years as a civil rights leader, working closely with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and his achievements as a physician. He was the first African American to serve…

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Black Lunch Table: The People’s History

This keynote lecture for the ARLIS/NA Midstates Ohio Valley Joint Chapter Virtual Conference took place on November 13, 2020 and was given by Jina Valentine, co-founder of Black Lunch Table (BLT),…

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Exhibitions Special Interest Group: Virtual Author Talk with Elena Gonzales, PhD

In this presentation recorded on June 3, 2020, Elena Gonzales discusses her book Exhibitions for Social Justice. ARLIS/NA President and Exhibitions SIG leaders also provide an introduction to the…

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WNA: Shortlisted: Women in the Shadows of the Supreme Court

In Honor of Women's History MonthWomen's Networking Association Presents: Shortlisted: Women in the Shadows of the Supreme CourtCelebrate Women’s History Month by joining Professor…

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Women's History Month Keynote by Cecelia Rose LaPointe - MMIWG2S

Cecelia Rose LaPointe- Founder & Executive Director of the Native Justice Coalition. Sponsored by: Womxn’s Council, Women*s Student Services, The MSU Women of Color Community, The MSU…

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T2LC Course Spotlight: CJ426

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Intersectionality as Lived Experience, Radical Theory, and Social Justice Activism | WACSS Anti-Racism Insight Series | NiCole T. Buchanan, PhD

Society and individuals have been slow to incorporate intersectionality as a concept and as a framework for informing our work, which limits the potential impact of theory, praxis and activism. In…

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