Online Communities and Transformative Justice, a conversation and CORE deposit party (ONLINE)
Online Communities and Transformative Justice, a conversation and CORE deposit party (ONLINE) Online
Registration: https://forms.gle/3HdZHp8YFTeBi53W6 (Zoom link provided following registration)
Join MSU Commons for an opportunity to discuss the potential for online communities to engage in anti-racist praxis, transformative justice, and ethical community engagement. There will be a panel discussion with a series of 5-7 minute lightning talks around the subject, followed by a keynote, “Harnessing Good Intentions: Online Communities and Sustained Commitment to Racial Equity & Diversity,” delivered by Dr. Jan Miyake, Associate Professor of Music Theory at Oberlin College. The panel will be available to answer questions after the program, and meeting attendees will be encouraged to deposit work of their own into CORE. Commons Open Repository Exchange, or CORE, is a library-quality, noncommercial repository that provides members with a permanent, open access storage facility for sharing, discovering, retrieving, and archiving scholarly output.