Teach-In On Race Teach-In On Race

In a nation beset by inequality, racism, a pandemic, and a variety of other challenges, how do we become better citizens? How do we generate actions to address race relations—not just at Emerson, but in this country and around the world? Join us as we explore ways to combine leadership, critical thinking, culture, and activism, and share ideas about using courage and knowledge to change the world.

The 2021 Fall Teach-In on Race will be a virtual two-day event October 28–29. The theme of this year's Teach-In on Race is "Creating Community." It will feature Drawing Social Justice-How Your Art Can Help Change the World, a keynote address by Tak Toyoshima, creator of the comic strip Secret Asian Man.

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Schedule

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Thursday, October 28, 2021

- EDT
Stop The Violence: Combating Anti-Asian Hate
Angie Liou
Angie Liou Asian Community Development Corp., Executive Director
Isabel Moon
Isabel Moon Asian Students in Alliance (A.S.I.A.)
Vincent Kunawicz
Vincent Kunawicz Asian Students in Alliance (A.S.I.A.)
Jo Malicdem
Jo Malicdem Asian Students in Alliance (A.S.I.A.)
Katherine Yeh '21
Katherine Yeh '21 Emerson College
- EDT
Critical Race Theory: Tell Us More
Brian Gilmore
Brian Gilmore University of Maryland Law and Society Program
Frank Rudy Cooper
Frank Rudy Cooper UNLV Law School
Jade Brown
Jade Brown BU Law School
Kimberly A. Truong, PhD
Kimberly A. Truong, PhD MGM Institute of Health Professions
- EDT
Race on Stage and Screen
Ougie Pak
Ougie Pak Emerson College, Professor; Filmmaker
Keith Mascoll
Keith Mascoll Boston-based actor and producer
Rae Shaw
Rae Shaw Emerson College, Professor; Filmmaker

Friday, October 29, 2021

- EDT
- EDT
Social Justice, Archives, and Elders: Radical Archiving As Black Feminist Time Travel
Coco Rosenberg
Coco Rosenberg Social Justice Archive Network
PA
Priscilla Andrade, MFA '14 Social Justice Archive Network
Helen Dreher Credle
Helen Dreher Credle Elma Lewis Living Stories Archive
TM
Tam Marko Emerson College, Director, Elma Lewis Center
- EDT
Race in Storytelling and Art
Jenn DeLeon
Jenn DeLeon Boston-based author, editor, professor
Susan Muaddi Darraj
Susan Muaddi Darraj author of Farah Rocks series and other books
Erin Genia
Erin Genia Tufts University, Professor of Ceramics; Boston Artist in Residence

Sponsored by Academic Affairs and the President's Office in coordination with the Social Justice Center. Co-sponsors include the Emerson Prison Initiative, and the Elma Lewis Center.