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April 4, 2016

Bowman Lecture;


The Diversity Blues at HWCUs: On the Urgent Need
to Reframe Our Diversity Agenda

When: Monday, April 4, 2016, 3:00 - 5:00pm

Where: Student Center East, Room 302

750 S. Halsted St., Chicago, IL 60612

Thank you to all who came and to Professor Eduardo Bonilla-Silva. For photos of the event, click here.

Professor Eduardo Bonilla-Silva's path-breaking work focuses on addressing how, in a society that imagines itself as color-blind, racism remains a collective, structural phenomenon that is fundamentally about racial domination. Amongst his many awards and accolades, in 2011, Dr. Bonilla-Silva was given the Cox-Johnson-Frazier Award by the American Sociological Association in recognition of his "work in the intellectual traditions of these three African American Scholars." Professor Bonilla-Silva received his Doctorate in Sociology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.


About the Series:

This lecture was established to honor Philip J. Bowman's contributions to UIC during his tenure as Director of IRRPP and Professor of African American Studies. It features national scholars of race, ethnicity, and public policy who provide timely analysis of issues of critical importance to the field and to communities of color.