firstname.lastname@example.org (CCJS Advising)
fifth City Transformations Symposium (UTS5):
“Sustaining a Chocolate Metropolis With out All Its Blues.”
City Transformation Symposium, since 2009, has gathers lecturers, group residents, activists, city artists & designers, financial builders, and policymakers to discover problems with city revitalization, housing entry & affordability, city aesthetics, group place-making, public security, and gentrification, in addition to different related issues essential to creating equitable and inclusive cities.
The scheduled symposium, March 25 – 26, 2022, will foster conversations between anthropologists, sociologists, criminologists, authorized students, African American Research students, retired Black female and male law enforcement officials, and different group specialists on the processes of gentrification, city design, rights to the town, and racialized police violence.
UTS5, this 12 months is the product of inter-disciplinary and collaborative organizing by ProfessorJacqueline Carmichael (Howard College), Keesha Turner Roberts, Esq. (Howard College Regulation Faculty), Anthony Gualtieri Ph.D., (American College), Kayla Preito-Hodge, Ph.D. (Rutgers College-Camden), Ari Theresa, Esq. (Virginia Tech), and Kalfani Ture (Mount Saint Mary’s College and the Middle for the Ethnographic Examine of Public Security).
Please think about becoming a member of the panel periods starting March 25, 2022, at 6:00pm with greetings from organizers, first session (Session 1) Black Police and Gentrified Areas within the Settled City Frontier, and (Session 2) Sabiyha Prince’s Keynote Tackle: “Sustaining a Chocolate Metropolis With out Its Blues.” A full itinerary might be despatched to those who register.
Please think about spreading the phrase and welcoming your colleagues and college students. This occasion will present graduate and undergraduate college students with an ideal extra-credit task alternative. It’ll additionally present a significant area for these involved with social justice to have interaction in dialogue round options to inequitable improvement, gentrification, and public security.
Please direct all inquiries to Assistant Professor, Kalfani Nyerere Ture (Division of Sociology, Prison Justice & Human Companies (African American Research)) at email@example.com.