Social Justice Webinar Series - Spring 2021
Where do We Go from Here? A Conversation about Racial Equity11:00am - 12:30pm Virtual
In recognition of Martin Luther King Jr. Day and as part of the #ItTakesUs Social Justice Series, noted expert on the psychology of racism, Dr. Beverly Tatum will provide exclusive insights and strategies to engage productive dialogues to promote social change in this conversation about racial equity.
Presented by Duke Energy and the PHSC Department of Multicultural Awareness and Equity.
Meeting ID: 985 1212 7414
Emancipation Day in Florida and The Role of Blacks in Establishing Pasco County11:00am - 12:30pm Virtual Meeting
In recognition of Black History Month and as part of the #ItTakesUs Social Justice Series, noted expert Dr. Edgar Canter Brown Jr. will present the history of Emancipation Day. Brown will share primary source documents to illustrate the early presence and role of African Americans in shaping what are Pasco and Hernando counties as we know them today, such as those individuals who served in elective offices during Reconstruction.
First, but Not the Last: Shattering the Glass Ceiling11:00am - 12:15pm Virtual
Celebrate Women's History Month
Hear remarkable and inspiring experiences of women trailblazers in law, sports and business who broke new ground, challenged the status quo and soared to new heights—encouraging others to follow in their steps. They may have been the first, but they will not be the last.
Restorative Environmental Justice11:00am - 12:30pm Virtual
Intersection of Natural Disasters, Poverty and Minority Groups
Joseph W. Dorsey, Ph.D., will share his perspectives on "the great equalizers" such as food security, waste management, natural resources, air quality, and social justice that cut across all "ism's" (capitalism, racism, sexism, environmentalism, etc.). This session will provide participants with emergent conceptual frameworks, sustainability principles, and resiliency action items to move us towards Sustainabilitism—a word coined by Dr. Dorsey.