20th NHERW Schedule of Events

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 MONDAY, June 2, 2014 – Suspension to Incarceration – the North Carolina Issue

3:00PM to 5:00PM – UNC-CH School of Education – Peabody Hall, Room 02


3:00PM EDT

Dessert Reception

3:25PM EDT

Welcome and Opening Remarks
Lynda Stone
Samuel M. Holton Distinguished Professor and Professor, Philosophy of Education

3:40PM EDT

Introduction to Documentary  (North Carolina School to Prison Pipeline)
Christopher Hill
Director, Education & Law Project at the North Carolina Justice Center

3:45PM EDT

Screening of North Carolina School to Prison Pipeline

4:00PM EDT

Town Hall Discussion
Shamieka Rhinehart
Assistant District Attorney, Durham

4:50PM EDT Closing Remarks
Christopher Hill
Director, Education & Law Project at the North Carolina Justice Center

 


 TUESDAY, June 3, 2014 - The School-to-Prison Pipeline: From Perceptions to Solutions

1:30PM to 4:00PM – Tate-Turner-Kuralt School of Social Work Auditorium


1:30 EDT

Introduction to the 20th Webcast
Christopher Hill
Director, Education & Law Project at the North Carolina Justice Center

1:35 EDT

Welcome
Victor Schoenbach
Associate Professor, Department of Epidemiology and Director, Minority Health Project

1:40 EDT

Welcome and Opening Remarks
Taffye Benson Clayton
Associate Vice Chancellor for Diversity and Multicultural Affairs and Chief Diversity Officer

1:45 EDT

Introduction to the Speakers of the 20th Webcast
Christopher Hill
Director, Education & Law Project at the North Carolina Justice Center

 2:45 EDT

Question and Answer Session
via facebook – https://www.facebook.com/nherw
via twitter  – https://twitter.com/NHERW2014
via email – question@unc.edu
via studio audience

 4:00 EDT Broadcast ends

Related Links

20th National Health Equity Research Webcast Homepage

Schedule of Events – June 2-3 2014

Abstracts and Slides

Group Viewing Sites 2014

Sponsorships and Endorsements

Credits and Acknowledgements

Additional Resources

Frequently Asked Questions

Archived NHERW

Give to the National Heath Equity Webcast

An interview with Minority Health Project co-director Bill Jenkins (WCOM-FM, 103.5) – Click here.