An FCG Policy Workshop on Rethinking Race Relations
Join professors, students, and community members for an evening of constructive dialogue on race relations at the University of Virginia and in Charlottesville.
Your presence is important and necessary for a productive conversation on addressing persisting problems of race in our community.
We will be gathering Tuesday, April 14 from 5-8 PM at the Batten School (Garrett Hall).
Dinner will be provided, although RSVP is required.
You do not need to be a Batten student – or a student at all – to attend this workshop. We invite faculty and staff of U.Va., in addition to any community members.
Brought to You by:
Charlottesville City Office of Human Rights
Schedule of Events
- 5:00 PM: Keynote Speakers including Professor Claudrena N. Harold of the Corcoran Department of History & Reem Hashim, Master of Public Policy Candidate
- 6:00 PM: Workshop Breakout Sessions & Dinner
- 7:15-8:00 PM: Group Dialogue & Debrief Period
Help Spread the Word
Please feel free to help us get the word out. We would love a full house of engaged and present individuals ready to discuss and implement real policy solutions. Our flyer is here and our Facebook Banner/Cover photo here. Reach out to your listservs and Facebook networks!