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Dr. Goff, A Discussion of Race & Policing

Dr. Goff, A Discussion of Race & Policing

On April 7th, TCNJ will welcome via ZOOM Dr. Phillip Goff, professor of African American Studies and Psychology at Yale University. A Co-founder and CEO of the Center for Policing Equity, Dr. Goff will lead a discussion on race and policing. You MUST Pre-Register here before attending the event! The Zoom link will be provided… Continue Reading

Eddie Glaude at TCNJ

Eddie Glaude at TCNJ

Join Eddie Glaude on Friday, February 26th, 2021 at 12:30pm to 1:30pm You can join the lecture on Zoom here! For the culmination of Black History Month, TCNJ presents Eddie Glaude, the James S. McDonnell Distinguished University Professor of African American Studies at Princeton University, where he is also the chair of the Center for… Continue Reading

“Racist Fictions: African Americans, Mass Incarceration & the Mainstreaming of White Supremacy” with Dr. Leigh-Anne Francis

“Racist Fictions: African Americans, Mass Incarceration & the Mainstreaming of White Supremacy” with Dr. Leigh-Anne Francis

  Join Dr. Leigh-Anne Francis on February 19, 2021 at 12:00pm to 1:30pm! The even will be held here, on Zoom! Leigh-Anne Francis, associate professor in TCNJ’s departments of African American Studies and Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies at The College of New Jersey, discusses how her personal identity as a queer person of color… Continue Reading

AAS Teach-In with Prof. Mitchell, Dr. Onyewuenyi, and Dr. Khasawnih!

AAS Teach-In with Prof. Mitchell, Dr. Onyewuenyi, and Dr. Khasawnih!

    Join Prof. Michael Mitchell, Dr. Adaurennaya C. Onyewuenyi, and Dr. Alma Khasawnih on Friday, February 12, 2021 at 3:30pm to 5:00pm! The event will held here on Zoom! Each faculty member will present their current research, followed by Q&A Prof. Michael Mitchell (AAS/CRI): “Pains of Imprisonment and Fatherhood: A Qualitative Exploration of Formerly… Continue Reading

Why Do People Vote Against Their Own Self-interests?: The 2020 Election and the Politics of Racial Resentment by Dr. Jonathan Metzl

Why Do People Vote Against Their Own Self-interests?: The 2020 Election and the Politics of Racial Resentment by Dr. Jonathan Metzl

  Wednesday, October 21, 2020, join us on Zoom for this special event! For more info click here: Join the Webinar by clicking here! Zoom Webinar ID: 942 8744 3376 Passcode: 140794 Join the Webinar by clicking here! Zoom Webinar ID: 942 8744 3376 Passcode: 140794   Continue Reading

Professor Eric Weitz (Distinguished Professor of History, City Center and Graduate Center, CUNY) will speak on ”A World Divided: The Global Struggle for Human Rights in the Age of Nation-States.”

Professor Eric Weitz (Distinguished Professor of History, City Center and Graduate Center, CUNY) will speak on ”A World Divided: The Global Struggle for Human Rights in the Age of Nation-States.”

Join us on Thursday, September 24, 2020 at 4:00PM for this special event on Zoom! This event has passed! Even so, you can still watch the recording of it here! This event has passed! Even so, you can still watch the recording of it here! Continue Reading

Congratulations to Marri Erica Pe Benito, one of the two winners of the Alan Dawley Prize in 2020!

Congratulations to Marri Erica Pe Benito, one of the two winners of the Alan Dawley Prize in 2020!

Congratulations to Marri Erica Pe Benito, an Early Childhood/Special Education and Psychology Major, for being one the two winners of the Alan Dawley Prize in 2020.  Her research paper “The Role of Social Support on the Relationship between Discrimination and Grades on African American, Mexican American, and Native American Adolescents” drew on a large scale dataset… Continue Reading

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