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“Hauntings: The Afterlives of Segregation on Campus” Engaged Art Walk Presentation by Dr. D-L Stewart - Shared screen with speaker view
Shirl Portilos
01:51:33
after your research what recommendations would you have for CSU?
Elise Goss-Alexander
01:51:52
Did you see any differences between the experience or access of racially and religiously minoritized students?
Ray Black, he/him/his
01:53:54
Jane and Sue!?!?!? ;)
Louise Jennings (she/hers)
01:54:45
D-L, the matrix you developed is very helpful to deconstruct and make meaning of dynamics of segregation/integration. Any particular surprises or insights from your research with respect to the afterlife of segregation?
Ryan Barone (he/him)
01:55:13
Thank you D-L. I just downloaded "Whiteness as collective memory in student publications.." I am sad I missed reading it before! Apprecaite the new learning here.
Louise Jennings (she/hers)
01:55:54
I meant the afterlife of slavery, not segregation (as it is still present!)
Ray Black, he/him/his
01:56:11
Thank you for a great presentation-have to go!!
cyane
01:57:05
’ve been thinking a lot about descriptions like “woman engineer” and “African American student” - why DON’T we say “European-American student”. Your presentation addressed this in a very interesting way.
cyane
01:57:11
Thank you D-L.
Patricia Vigil
01:57:23
Appreciated your wonderful presentation. Need to get to another meeting. Thank you so much!!!
Shirl Portilos
01:57:40
thanks D-L!
Antonette Aragón
01:58:06
Thank you for this excellent work, D-L.
Ricki Ginsberg
02:00:40
Thanks, D-L. What a great presentation.
Jackie Peila-Shuster
02:00:44
Thanks D-L!
D-L Stewart (he/they)
02:00:56
Thank you everyone for coming!
Mariah Pursley
02:01:02
Thank you, D-L!!
Maria Matta Moreno
02:01:09
Thank you!