Join us for a transformative virtual symposium, "The Future of Anti-Racist Community Engagement," hosted by the Campus Compact Equity & Engagement Fellows. As advocates for social justice and equity, we are excited to convene this gathering on Tuesday, May 21, from 12 to 3 p.m. ET.

Our symposium will feature thought-provoking discussions and insights from leaders in the field, including Dr. Timothy Eatman, Dean of the Honors Living-Learning Community at Rutgers University-Newark, who will deliver a keynote address that promises to inspire and challenge our perspectives. We’ll be joined by scholars and practitioners in the field who will share ideas and strategies they are using to promote anti-racist community engagement.

Drawing from Anti-Racist Community Engagement: Principles and Practices, this event will facilitate dialogues aimed at shaping the future of community engagement through an anti-racist lens. Together, we will explore innovative strategies and share best practices for our communities, colleges and universities.

Mark your calendars and reserve your spot today!

Who should attend?

This event is free and open to members and non-members. Whether you're a seasoned advocate for social change or just beginning your journey towards anti-racism, this symposium offers a space for learning, reflection, and collective action. We invite you to join us as we continue to imagine actions towards a more just and equitable society. 

Meet the Speakers:

Timothy K. Eatman
Rutgers University - Newark
Inaugural Dean of the Honors Living - Learning Community and Professor of Urban Education

elena foulis
Texas A&M University-San Antonio
Assistant Professor

John Loggins
University of San Diego
Director of Community Engaged Learning

Rochelle Smarr
UC San Diego
Director of Experiential Learning

Castel Sweet
University of Mississippi
Director of Center for Community Engagement

Jalene Tamerat
Northeastern University
Associate Director of Community-Engaged Teaching & Research (CETR)

Kilo Zamora
University of Utah
Faculty Member, Gender Studies Division

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