Once again, CEHD and several of its programs placed high on the U.S. News & World Report’s Best Graduate Schools annual rankings. The Department of Educational Psychology continues its tradition of a strong showing, with both its educational psychology and special education programs ranked at #10 on the 2022 list.
Join us on Tuesday, April 27, 2021 at 5–6 p.m. to hear Justin Grinage present his research on cultivating anti-racism.
Drawing from a yearlong ethnographic research project, this presentation investigates how Black youth experience, understand, and combat racial trauma stemming from anti-Black racism. In particular, the presentation will illuminate how Black youth used collective processes of resistance to navigate racist school spaces as they also sought to grapple with the deaths of Michael Brown and Tamir Rice. Examining these processes can provide valuable insights for cultivating anti-racism against the backdrop of racial violence and police brutality continuously occurring in schools and communities. Learn more about the moderator and panelists.
Recommended reading before attending event:
Parker G., Endless Mourning: Racial Melancholia, Black Grief, and the Transformative Possibilities for Racial Justice in Education
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