The Bahá'í Chair for World Peace is delighted to co-sponsor
Race, Gender, and Ethnicity in Qualitative Research: Reflections on Race, Ethnicity, Stress and Strength
Thursday, April 22, 2021 12:30 pm-2:00 pm (EST)
Register in advance at: go.umd.edu/CRGEresearch
Kecia Ellick, School of Public Health “Started from the bottom, now we’re… where?: A qualitative analysis of stress and coping among highly educated Black women.”
Sharifah Holder, School of Public Health "Strengthening High School Transition and Attendance."
Simone N. Durham, Department of Sociology “Not in this Lifetime: Black Millennial Reflections on Extant and Future Impacts of the Black Lives Matter Movement”
Chandra V. Reyna, Department of Sociology "Beyond a monolith: Middle-class Latinx mothers' racial and ethnic socialization practices"
Dawn M. Dow Associate Professor, Department of Sociology
This event is organized by the Consortium on Race, Gender and Ethnicity and Co-sponsored by The Critical Race Initiative, The Bahá'í Chair for World Peace and The Graduate School
Virtual Event: You must preregister at: go.umd.edu/CRGEresearch