Join us and Keynote Speaker, Sundiata Cha-Jua, Ph.D., for the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Teach-In. Dr. Cha-Jua is an Associate Professor in the Department of History at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Dr. Cha-Jua previously taught in the History department and directed the Black Studies Program at the University of Missouri at Columbia and Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville. Dr. Cha-Jua's research agenda consists of explorations of Black radical formation and transformation theory, Urban histories/community studies, Radical Black Intellectual Traditions, and culturally relevant pedagogical practices. Dr. Cha-Jua will discuss African American’s Historic Right to Reparations.
Facilitated by Director of Student Involvement, Kevin Carey, M.S.
Facilitated by Emily Rosenquist and Jordan Prats.
To create a more empathic, empathic, ethical, and culturally responsive community, the presenters will address the intersections of identity and oppression regarding the epidemic issue of sexual violence. The presenters with then engage the collective knowledge of the group to discern effective education techniques.