NCORE has a variety of webinars available on-demand to view at your convenience. We provide many free-of-charge, and we have several available with a fee. This small fee gives NCORE the ability to continue to produce relevant and important content. Take advantage and view a session or two today and let us know what topics you'd like to explore in a future webinar!
Recorded webinars are captioned and transcript files will be posted below if they are available.
Free Webinars from the 2022-2023 Series:
Presenters: Dedrick Perkins, Charmaine Wijeyesinghe, Mycall Akeem Riley, Tayah Butler, Craig Elliott, and Romeo Jackson | Recorded April 5, 2023 | 84 minutes
“I’m Black Before I’m an Athlete”: College Athlete-Activists and Blackness as a Transformational Force
Dresden Frazier, MA | Recorded March 8, 2023 | 87 minutes
Look, up in the sky, its a bird, it’s a plane, no...it’s an undocumented immigrant? Superheroes and social justice: Exploring social justice themes in Superhero comics
Presenter: Emanuel Magana, M.S. | Recorded February 22, 2023 | 91 minutes
Identity, Lived Experience and Growth: Navigating Higher Ed as a First Gen Professional
Presenters: Monica Hanna, MEd, Joey Ann Mateo, B.A., and Danielle Espinoza, B.A. | Recorded January 25, 2023 | 75 minutes
Fee-Based Webinars from the 2022-2023 Series:
Developing a Critical Theory of Love: A Framework for Educating for Social Justice
Presenter: Durryle Brooks, PhD
84 min | Cost: $25.00 | Recorded February 1, 2023 | Purchase this webinar
Co-Creation and Collective Action through Art, Activism, & Healing on Stage
Presenters: Laura Abellera, JD, MSEd, and Amanda Florence Goodenough, MSEd
90 min | Cost: $25.00 | Recorded December 7, 2022 | Purchase this webinar
Unbound: Freeing the Self from the Conditioning of Racism | A Workshop for People of Color
Presenter: Tanya Williams, EdD
88 min | Cost: $25.00 | Recorded November 16, 2022 | Purchase this webinar
The National Conference on Race and Ethnicity in Higher Education shares a commitment for promoting understanding and cooperation among people of different racial, ethnic, religious, economic, and other various backgrounds. Explore a wide range of topics and viewpoints by visiting the NCORE library of webinars.