The CU-Boulder 20th Diversity and Inclusion Summit
November 11-12, 2014 in the UMC
2014 marks several significant civil rights anniversaries
60th commemoration of Brown v The Board of Education where the Supreme Court declared state laws establishing separate public school for black and white students to be unconstitutional
These decisions and acts along with the 1965 Voting Rights Act and Fair Housing Act in 1968, helped establish the legal foundation for equity for all Americans. To honor this monumental legal shift in America, the 2014 Diversity and Inclusion Summit continues “Building the Road Map” that we hope will lead to achieving equity for all.
If you missed a session, here’s your chance to see it! Recorded sessions cover a range of topics including civil rights, gender violence, asking the question, “In this time of Ferguson, does my degree even matter?” and student leaders of Oyate, Black Student Alliance and UMAS y MECHA present on both current and historical racism, exclusion, and their simultaneous activism and triumphs.
Faculty Plenary by Professor Daryl Maeda, “Smashing Insights: Bruce Lee on Equality and Inclusion in a Globalizing World,” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EyC2Sv8T2gE
“Beyond Ferguson: Reactions from CU-B Graduate Students of Color on Race, Gender, Justice and Whiteness at CU,” by the Graduate Student of Color Collective: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z-nJssr0P2k
“What the Flatirons Have Seen: Historical Erasure and Student Social Justice,” presented by Magnolia Landa-Posas, Theresa Halsey and Paris Ferribee: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rtqov3V545c
“Gender Violence, Then and Now” by Professor Hillary Potter: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eHpyQ_JztJg
Chancellor's Committee on Race and Ethnicity (CCORE) and Chancellor's Committee on Women (CCW) Award Presentations, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dc2Z96aIcJ0
Did you miss a session from the Diversity and Inclusion Summit that you really wanted to see? Now you can. Key sessions were captured on LectureCast including Adam Bradley’s Hip Hop Road Map to Diversity; the lieutenant governor’s address; Patricia Gurin’s keynote, Dick Jessor and panelists from the “Where Have We Come From” discussion, Melissa Hart’s “Diversity Under Scrutiny;” Bianca Williams’ “Made in America: Jay Z and American Blackness;” and city, county and CU representatives from the “Where Are We Now/Where Are We Going” panel. Tune in!