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Race, Racism, and Racial Equity Symposium Series Kickoff — The Historical Exploitation of Black and Brown Bodies at UNC: Learning from the Past to Change the Present
The inaugural Race, Racism, and Racial Equity (R3) Symposium, hosted by the University Office for Diversity and Inclusion, is a series of virtual events that will bring together scholars and researchers from across campus to share their work with Carolina and the broader community. We will provide context on the state of race at UNC and in the United States, advancing the work of the Chancellor’s Commission on History, Race and a Way Forward. R3 will also highlight the stellar and innovative work of our graduate researchers through virtual “lightning” sessions and poster presentations.
The first of the R3 series, “The Historical Exploitation of Black and Brown Bodies at UNC: Learning from the Past to Change the Present,” will be held on Thursday, Sept. 10, 1:30–3 p.m.
Brandon Bayne: Associate professor and the current director of undergraduate studies in the Department of Religious Studies.
Laura Hart: Technical services archivist in Wilson Special Collections Library.
James Leloudis: Professor of history, Peter T. Grauer Associate Dean for Honors Carolina, and director of the James M. Johnston Center for Undergraduate Excellence in the College of Arts and Sciences.
Sonoe Nakasone: Community archivist for the University Libraries’ Mellon-funded Community Driven Archives project.
Donna Nixon: Electronic resources librarian and clinical assistant professor of law.