Institute for the Study of "Race" and Social Justice General Meeting
When: Wed, Oct 20 2021 12:00am - Wed, Oct 20 2021 1:00pm
Where: SSCO 1061 Social Sciences Bldg. UNM Main Campus, Bldg. #78
Date: Wed. 10/20/21@12pm-1pmMST SSCO 1061 Social Sciences Bldg. UNM Main Campus, Bldg. #78 (in person) General Meeting Institute for the Study of "Race" & Social Justice, - Pizza and Salad Provided by VP Assata Zerai, Division for Equity and Inclusion. Bring Your Own Beverage.
- Introductions; Approval of the Agenda; Indigenous Territorial Acknowledgement: What does it mean to walk the talk? Please don’t forget to sign in.
- Updates: Form C in progress for stand-alone race and social justice undergrad certificate; other? For more info on graduate and undergraduate certificate visit: race.unm.edu.
- Teaching Race and Social Justice Courses? send undergrad/grad syllabus to firstname.lastname@example.org with syllabi checklist available at race.unm.edu, click certificate.
- CONVERATION TOPIC: Imagining Racial Justice During Pandemic Times:
How do we Practicing Flexible Solidarity with Asian American, Asian Pacific Island and Indigenous Within and Across Communities? What does that look like at the individual, interpersonal, institutional and structural levels?
Speakers: Dr. Glenabah Martinez, Associate Professor, Language, Literacy and Sociocultural Studies; Dr. Shinsuke Eguchi, Associate Professor, Communication and Journalism
Announcements – UNM Inclusive Excellence Postdocs (diverse.unm.edu); Latinx Faculty Alliance; more info email: email@example.com, topics for next meeting, Conferences: LatCrit Virtual Conference 10/7-10/9; Critical Race Studies in Education hybrid Conference 10/27-10/29 (crsea.org), UNM Diversity Summit 11/4-11/5, more info: https://www.gallup.unm.edu/diversity; Association for the Study of the Worldwide African Diaspora, virtual symposium, 11/4-11/6, 2021; Sociologists for Women in Society Winter Meeting, Santa Ana Pueblo, NM, 1/29/22- 1/30/22 “Rethinking Feminist Sociologies in the Era of Global Pandemics” more info (https://socwomen.org), other community events, symposium, conferences?
For more information and to support the Institute join the RACE_SOCIAL_JUSTICE listserv by visiting: race.unm.edu, page down and click "Join Listserv Now." For information on upcoming events visit race.unm.edu and click “events.”
INSTITUTE FOR THE STUDY OF “RACE” & SOCIAL JUSTICE
UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO, Website: race.unm.edu, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
established January 2009; Mission: promote the establishment of empirical, theoretical and methodological clarity about "race" that draws on cutting-edge thinking from multiple disciplines and diverse empirical traditions promote clarity about race, racialization that builds on the insights of multiple disciplines; develop strategies for ameliorating race-based inequality
NEW MEXICO STATEWIDE RACE, GENDER, CLASS DATA POLICY CONSORTIUM
established July 2014, first in the country. Mission: intersectional justice through harmonizing data, analysis, policy making and praxis for better serving diverse communities through intersectional knowledge projects anchored in the importance of examining the simultaneity race, gender, class and other intersecting social locations within systems of difference, power, inequality and resistance for equity-based policy making and practice
Inclusive Leadership: Diversity is our strength; Interdisciplinary, Transdisciplinary Research; Multiple Epistemologies & Methodological Approaches; Transparency and Self-Reflexivity; Ethical Equity-Based Accountability; Community Collaboration, Education & Outreach; Attention to Power Dynamics & Commitment to Power Sharing; Justice & Social Responsibility; Do No Harm