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DE&I 365 Symposium: ​​​​​​​Intersectionality at Work, Part 1: Black Women Administrators' Perceptions of Their Intersectionality in the U.S.

Join Community, Equity and Diversity for the DE&I 365 Symposium

BLACK LIVES MATTER. Community, Equity and Diversity (CED) established the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DE&I) 365 Symposium as a virtual “third space” for University of Rhode Island students, faculty, staff, alumni, affiliates, and community members to convene conversations about diversity, equity, inclusion, social justice, and decolonization. The conversations will take many forms, including panels, workshops, book talks, discussion groups, envisioning sessions, and teach-ins, bringing together a multitude of voices and perspectives to grapple with the topics that impact us within and beyond the University. The theme for this year’s DE&I 365 Symposium is Black Lives Matter. This summer, CED will offer a preview of the sessions planned for the academic year, so please viair the CED webpage for updates.

Session Description:  This presentation is the first of four sessions in a series on Black women in the workplace. The session introduces the concept of critical Black feminist research methodology, exploring the ways Black women administrators’ perceive their intersectionality, particularly their race and gender, in the U.S. Q&A will follow the presentation. All are invited.

Thursday, August 13 at 1:00pm to 2:30pm

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Joanna N. Ravello, PhD

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