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The public is invited to an inter-generational discussion on “Race, Education & Social Realities” Thursday, Feb. 28, at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center.
The program will explore the movement of people of African descent to new places and the accompanying racial and educational realities they face in the 21st century.
Challenges that come with creating inclusive learning environments will be discussed, as well as the lack of resources to help foster inclusiveness in communities.
Littisha Bates, an associate professor of sociology at the University of Cincinnati and a faculty affiliate of the university’s Department of Africana Studies, will be a panelist.
She is a founder of the Black Faculty Association and a racial justice researcher and activist.
Another panelist will be Alexia Otchere, a junior at Cincinnati Country Day School in Indian Hill.
“In honoring Black History Month, we are thrilled to hold this meaningful discussion and offer insight on the historical challenges presented in race and education equality,” Christopher Miller, director of community engagement at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, said.
“By critically examining these issues, we can begin working toward solutions that cultivate better learning environments for everyone in our community.”
“Race, Education & Social Realities” begins at 6 p.m. Feb. 28, and closes out Black History Month programming at the center at 50 East Freedom Way in downtown Cincinnati.
The event is free, but attendees must RSVP at www.freedomcenter.org.
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