Displaying items by tag: institute for human rights

Washington, author of “Medical Apartheid: The Dark History of Medical Experimentation on Black Americans from Colonial Times to the Present,” will speak about how legacies of violence and exploitation impact the medical system today.
Although both of her parents graduated from UAB’s School of Medicine, attending the university was not part of Katie Fagan’s long-term plan — at least not at first.
Tamar Malloy, Ph.D., will demonstrate how rights and protections are undermined by the requirements that people become “respectable” in order to be considered good, moral and worthy of protection.
Social Justice Café will host a virtual conversation March 31 to discuss the rise of violence and discrimination against Asian Americans during the pandemic.
UAB’s Institute for Human Rights will host a lecture to discuss the global impact of COVID-19 and the neglect of refugees.
Join UAB’s Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion for a Facebook Live discussion on police reform, prison violence and community training.
Join UAB’s Lister Hill Center for Health Policy for a Facebook panel discussion on life after prison and how our community can help improve the lives of past offenders.
Join UAB’s Institute for Human Rights for a Facebook Live discussion on the civil rights history of Birmingham that explores the effects of racist policies both past and present.
Join UAB’s Office for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion for a Facebook Live panel discussion on how policing, citizen activism and human rights all play a role during unprecedented times.

Join the UAB community for an open panel discussion on viewing the absence of the native story in American art.

New York magazine writer Rebecca Traister will hold a lecture for the UAB community to discuss how women’s anger has been channeled and perceived over the years.

Dr. Derick Wilson will speak to the UAB community on the topic of practical reconciliation from local and global context perspectives.

Join Nelson and Maggie Reiya for a discussion of how a community-led conservancy can serve as a human rights incubator.
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