As a nation, we have witnessed monumental moments of triumph in the pursuit of civil rights. But as individuals and as a society, we must continue to confront the realities of oppression past and present. From race to gender, religion to sexual orientation, it remains crucial to elevate in these important conversations the voices of those who continue to face injustice and indignities.
The UW Graduate School and the Alumni Association are proud to present a series of talks that expose and explain transgressions and struggles—both systematic and personal—experienced by too many in our communities today, featuring thought leaders from our campus and around the world who are working to open our eyes to the consequences of prejudice, and seeking solutions for change.
All lectures begin at 7:30 p.m. in Kane Hall, unless otherwise noted.