Tuesday, September 1st, 12 noon US Central Time
Experiencing systemic injustice such as racism, misogyny, and colonialism can be hard to name. And even after seeing and naming this kind of injustice, people struggle with how it is normalized and hidden. Why and how is systemic injustice normalized? How can we stop the perpetuation of injustice within our institutions and communities? How do we move away from blaming individuals toward creating systems of justice?
WHEN: Tuesday, September 1, 2020 @ Noon – 1:00 pm
WHERE: VIA ZOOM, The Durham Museum, Omaha, NE
• Jacqueline N. Font-Guzmán, Professor and Director, NCR Program, Creighton University
• Palma Strand, Professor, NCR Program and Director, 2040 Initiative, Creighton University
• Christopher Whitt, Vice-Provost for Institutional Diversity and Inclusion, Creighton University
• Barry Thomas, Director of Equity and Diversity, Omaha Public Schools
• Yvonne Sosa, Assistant Public Defender, Douglas County
• Shaun Ilahi, General Counsel, Habitat for Humanity of Omaha and Photographer
This program is presented by Creighton University’s Negotiation and Conflict Resolution (NCR) Program and the 2040 Initiative in the Graduate School.
Space is limited. Reservations are required for this free event that will be presented via Zoom. Registered guests will receive connection information for this virtual event.
Have questions? Call 402-444-5071 or email reservations@DurhamMuseum.org.
FOR MORE INFORMATION: https://durhammuseum.org/event/speaking-truths-images-of-justice-an...