50th Anniversary of the Racism Sequence & Documentary Screening
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Please join us on September 23 at 6pm for the virtual premiere of the Racism Sequence Documentary at the School of Social Policy & Practice (SP2). The Racism Sequence, which emerged at SP2 50 years ago, is a groundbreaking curriculum that explores institutionalized forms of racism and discrimination in America.
Through research, collaboration, and candid conversations, the documentary pieces together the significant narrative of where the Racism Sequence started and what the future may hold. The short piece also tells the story of what our Racism Sequence means for SP2, how we educate our students, and the role we play in promoting social justice.
Following the documentary, there will be a special virtual panel discussion moderated by John Jackson, PhD, dean of the Annenberg School of Communications, alongside a panel of individuals who were featured in the documentary. SP2 Dean Sara “Sally” Bachman, PhD, will also be offering remarks at the public event.