Upcoming Events

Restorative Justice Archaeology

Alicia Odewale

Date: September 24th, 2020
Time: 7:00 pm

Alicia Odewale, assistant professor of Anthropology, University of Tulsa, will present "Restorative Justice Archaeology: Unearthing the Aftermath of the Tulsa Race Massacre." Jeffrey Fleisher, associate professor of Anthropology, Rice, and a member of the Center for African and African American Studies steering committee, will provide introductory remarks and Daniel Domingues, associate professor of History and the center's director of undergraduate studies, will moderate a Q&A. Sponsors: Task Force on Slavery, Segregation and Racial Injustice, Center for African and African American Studies, BRIDGE (Building Research on Inequality and Diversity to Grow Equity).

This online event is open to the public and Rice Community. Register today to receive your Zoom Webinar link.

On "Systemic Racism"

Eduardo Bonilla-Silva

Date: October 21st, 2020
Time: 6:00 pm

In this talk, "What Makes 'Systemic Racism' Systemic?", Eduardo Bonilla-Silva, the James B. Duke Professor of Sociology at Duke University, will argue that racism is a structural feature of the United States. Jenifer Bratter, professor of Sociology at Rice, founding director of BRIDGE (Building Research on Inequality and Diversity to Grow Equity) and a member of the Center for African and African American Studies steering committee, will provide introductory remarks and Daniel Domingues, associate professor of History and the center's director of undergraduate studies, will moderate a Q&A. Sponsors: Center for African and African American Studies and BRIDGE.

This online event is open to the public and Rice Community. Register today to receive your Zoom Webinar link.

Prison Abolition, and a Mule

Paul Butler

Date: November 10th, 2020
Time: 6:00 pm

Paul Butler, the Albert Brick Professor in Law at Georgetown University Law Center and a legal analyst on MSNBC, will present, "Prison Abolition, and a Mule." Matthew Hayes, assistant professor of Political Science and a Center for African and African American Studies affiliated faculty member, will offer introductory remarks and Daniel Domingues, associate professor of History and the center's director of undergraduate studies, will moderate a Q&A. Sponsored by the Center for African and African American Studies, BRIDGE (Building Research on Inequality and Diversity to Grow Equity) and the Task Force on Slavery, Segregation and Racial Injustice, with support from the School of Humanities Dean’s Office.

This online event is open to the public and Rice Community. Register today to receive your Zoom Webinar link.