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Counter/Narratives: (Re)Presenting Race & Ethnicity

Counter/Narratives: (Re)Presenting Race & Ethnicity, an exhibition at Olin Library, examines how counter-narratives emerge through contemporary artwork and critical interpretation of historic objects. 
Thomas Gallery, Olin Library, Washington University in St. Louis

Race and Human Trafficking: How Racial Inequality Impacts Human Trafficking

Shima Rostami, Executive Director, Gateway Human Trafficking
Virtual

Sociology Colloquium Series: Angela S. García

The Colloquium Series invites guest faculty to Washington University to give research presentations and meet with members of the University community. In this, the Series aims to provide opportunities to engage with sociologists outside of WashU and their research, and to strengthen inter-institutional scholarly networks. Colloquium presentations are free of charge and open to all students, staff, and faculty.
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Sociology Colloquium Series: Elizabeth Korver-Glenn

The Colloquium Series invites guest faculty to Washington University to give research presentations and meet with members of the University community. In this, the Series aims to provide opportunities to engage with sociologists outside of WashU and their research, and to strengthen inter-institutional scholarly networks. Colloquium presentations are free of charge and open to all students, staff, and faculty.
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Sociology Colloquium Series: G. Cristina Mora

The Colloquium Series invites guest faculty to Washington University to give research presentations and meet with members of the University community. In this, the Series aims to provide opportunities to engage with sociologists outside of WashU and their research, and to strengthen inter-institutional scholarly networks. Colloquium presentations are free of charge and open to all students, staff, and faculty.
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Social Movements and Social Change

HUMANITIES BROADCAST - Zakiya Luna, Dean’s Distinguished Professorial Scholar, Department of Sociology
Zoom - RSVP

Sociology Colloquium Series: Krystale Littlejohn

The Colloquium Series invites guest faculty to Washington University to give research presentations and meet with members of the University community. In this, the Series aims to provide opportunities to engage with sociologists outside of WashU and their research, and to strengthen inter-institutional scholarly networks. Colloquium presentations are free of charge and open to all students, staff, and faculty.
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Advocacy & Allyship: Supporting Transgender Youth

Transgender Day of Visibility
Zoom - RSVP

AMCS Spring Research Colloquium

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