Open Classroom | Pro-Trump Era: Resistance, Hope, and Mobilizing among Black American Families | Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis
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Open Classroom | Pro-Trump Era: Resistance, Hope, and Mobilizing among Black American Families

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Presented by:
Sheretta Butler- Barnes, PhD
Associate Professor, Brown School

Historical vestiges of slavery and Jim Crow laws continue to have detrimental impact on Black American families in the US. Interdependent challenges with systemic and personal experiences of racism put Black American families at risk. Under the former Trump administration, racial violence and hate crimes increased. How are Black American families resisting and mobilizing to ensure racial justice and equity in the Pro-Trump Era? Strategies for dismantling anti-blackness in research and practice will be discussed. 

The Brown School is pleased to co-sponsor this program with the Center for the Study of Race, Ethnicity and Equity.