NCORE Webinar Series
ADOS, Sh**t-Hole Countries, and (Which) Black Lives Matter: Engaging Contemporary Intra-racial and Transnational Dynamics Surrounding Black College Students
Wednesday, February 3, 2021 | LIVE 3:00-4:30 PM Central Time*
(* 4:00-5:30 PM Eastern / 2:00-3:30 PM Mountain / 1:00-2:30 PM Pacific). Convert other time zones to Central Time here.
Free | Registration opens January 19, 2021
- Registration will close at 4:30 PM Central Time the day before the webinar. Space is limited and may fill before this date.
- Registrants will receive an email with the Zoom link the morning of the session.
- All registrants will receive a recording approximately one week after the webinar.
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- Live captions and sign language provided.
This session will focus on how the current U.S. sociopolitical climate (related explicitly to anti-Black racism and nativism) is impacting Black students of diverse ethnicities and nativities as well as Black intra-racial dynamics on campuses. We will use current racial movements (e.g., ADOS, Black Lives Matter) and incidents (Trump's comments on Global South) alongside our empirical research to share and co-construct strategies for supporting diverse Black students. This session should particularly benefit individuals working with Black, immigrant and/or international students as well as those interested in campus racial dynamics and/or internationalization. Participants attending this presentation will: connect the influence of the U.S. sociopolitical climate to the college experiences of diverse Black students, particularly racist nativism, anti-Blackness, racial homogenizing, and intra-racial dynamics (tensions and community); identify practices that address Black student heterogeneity and Black intra-racial dynamics across ethnicity and nativity; and assess whether their campus practices acknowledge Black student heterogeneity.
Kat J. Stephens, Ed.M (she/her/hers)
Taylor Lewis, M.Ed (he/him/his)
Patricia Tita Feraud-King, M.S.Ed (she/her/hers)
Kelechi Ohiri (she/her/hers)
Mariam Rashid, M.Ed. (she/her/hers)