The Racial Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Task Force (REDI) invites you to the second event in the "Critical Conversations: Race and Global Affairs" series. This panel discussion and Q&A will explore the resonance of Black internationalist research, past and present, to offer new insights on the Black Lives Matter movement.
About the Speakers:
Professor Clay Carson, is a Professor of History, and Director of the Martin Luther King, Jr., Research and Education Institute.
Sonita Moss, Ph.D, is the Research Associate for REDI. She is a 2020 Ph.D. graduate from University of Pennsylvania's Sociology Department. Her research focuses on race, immigration, culture, and intersectionality.
Matthew A. Randolph is a Ph.D. student in the Stanford Department of History in the Transnational, Global, and International (TIG) field. His research focuses on the themes of migration, travel, and racial identity in the the Atlantic World. He is particularly drawn to the transnational solidarities forged across the African diaspora in the Americas.