Critical race theory has been in the news recently. What is it? Why does it matter? Does it advance justice? How can it inform our teaching, research, or campus work? Join three experts to discuss with a large panel.
Glenn Bracey is Assistant Professor of Sociology at Villanova University where he studies social movements, religion and race, and theory. His publications include “Toward a Critical Race Theory of the State” in Critical Sociology.
K-Sue Park is Associate Professor of Law at Georgetown University. Her research focuses on the connections between property law, immigration law, and American Indian law. She has a law degree from Harvard and a PhD from Berkeley.
Moderator Ebony Coletu is Assistant Professor of African American Studies, English, and African Studies at Penn State. Her research focuses on race and inequality in the college admissions and financial aid processes.