Allies at Work

Online Ann Arbor, MI, United States

In this session, participants will learn: The role of allies in creating inclusive environments and creating change The best practices for being an ally How to apply these best practices

Envisioning a World Without Prisons

School of Social Work Building - 1840 (ECC) 1080 S. University Ave., Ann Arbor, MI, United States

Join students from SW798: Anti-Oppressive and Transformative Justice Approaches to Community Change, to learn about and envision a world without prisons and police.  

Blackness in Translation

Online Ann Arbor, MI, United States

In this virtual panel and discussion, Yomaira Figueroa-Vásquez (Michigan State University) and Ryan James Kernan (Rutgers University) will share their groundbreaking research on the literary and cultural translation of Blackness

Housing and Transportation: What’s the Climate Connection?

Ann Arbor District Library - Downtown Branch, Free Space (3rd Floor) 343 S. 5th Ave., Ann Arbor, MI, United States

Housing and transportation together account for 42% of our carbon emissions. To minimize climate change, we need to make our buildings more efficient, utilize land and building envelopes more efficiently,

Changemaking from the Inside

Online Ann Arbor, MI, United States

In this virtual workshop, we will collectively visit frameworks and strategies for affecting change as institutional insiders. Facilitator Bio: Gabrielle Wyatt founded The Highland Project in October 2020, an organization focused

Racial Equity in Washtenaw County and the Role of Reparations

School of Public Health Bldg I and Crossroads and Tower - Auditorium 2 M1020 SPH II

Alize Asberry Payne is an Equity and Strategic Development professional working in Southeast, MI. Originally from San Francisco, Asberry Payne now serves as the first Racial Equity Officer for Washtenaw