“Anti-blackness is real, but another world is possible”

The Black Action Plan presents a keynote from Dr. Monique Liston


Jan28
4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
2021-01-28 16:00:00 2021-01-28 17:30:00 “Anti-blackness is real, but another world is possible”

The Intercultural Community Center, in partnership with staff from the Division of Student Affairs and Black students at Oxy, has led the charge in the development of the Black Action Plan (BAP). The BAP is a multi-pronged approach designed to address some of the most significant and persistent needs among Black students, including how to address racial bias and implement anti-racist practices at all levels of the College. 

On Thursday, January 28 from 4-5:30pm PST, based upon one of the initiatives outlined in the Black Action Plan, there will be a program called: “Anti-blackness is real, but another world is possible”. This will be a keynote delivered by Dr. Monique Liston, who is the Chief Strategist at UBUNTU research. Dr. Liston is an unapologetic Black woman who also identifies as a warrior scholar, joyful militant, evaluator, sister, and friend. She is the founder of UBUNTU Research and Evaluation, a professional learning community led by Black women. 

Dr. Liston will deliver a keynote and host a Q&A session for Oxy faculty, staff, students and alumni to explore how to practice anti-racism in our day-to-day lives. We hope to see you there! 

Registration Link 

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Event Date: Thursday, January 28, 2021

The Intercultural Community Center, in partnership with staff from the Division of Student Affairs and Black students at Oxy, has led the charge in the development of the Black Action Plan (BAP). The BAP is a multi-pronged approach designed to address some of the most significant and persistent needs among Black students, including how to address racial bias and implement anti-racist practices at all levels of the College. 

On Thursday, January 28 from 4-5:30pm PST, based upon one of the initiatives outlined in the Black Action Plan, there will be a program called: “Anti-blackness is real, but another world is possible”. This will be a keynote delivered by Dr. Monique Liston, who is the Chief Strategist at UBUNTU research. Dr. Liston is an unapologetic Black woman who also identifies as a warrior scholar, joyful militant, evaluator, sister, and friend. She is the founder of UBUNTU Research and Evaluation, a professional learning community led by Black women. 

Dr. Liston will deliver a keynote and host a Q&A session for Oxy faculty, staff, students and alumni to explore how to practice anti-racism in our day-to-day lives. We hope to see you there! 

Registration Link 

PDF attachment 

 

Image of Dr. Monique Liston