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Andrew Jolivétte | Identity, Visibility, and Radical Love | The Search for Racial Equity

Released Friday, 25th September 2020
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Due to years of racial injustice, pain and trauma have been passed down among people of color for generations. The impact that colonization had on indigenous people is still felt today, a cycle that continues to produce more trauma and suffering. However, Andrew Jolivétte, Professor of Ethnic Studies, argues that healing is possible through radical love. In this talk he offers a framework for harnessing the power that comes from embracing the ways we are connected to one another, a timely reminder that community, resilience, and participation can bring us closer to a world of liberation, cultural recovery, and self-determination.
The Search for Racial Equity Series is a global forum offering an in depth study and dialog of racial equity and justice, through forthright discussion and a syllabus that intends to amplify the most authentic and powerful voices of our time and of this movement.
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