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"Scholarly Work and Organizing at the Intersections"
Dr. Connie Wun and Pitt Education's Dr. Sabina Vaught will discuss community organizing, scholarship, and intersectionality. Dr. Wun will share her experiences writing and publishing about anti-Blackness, schools, and violence through an intersectional framework. Dr. Wun will also speak to the recent femicidal violence against Asian womxn in the U.S. Our school issued a response on the violence that, among other things, calls on us to engage in the work of witnessing, solidarity, and study. The response can be found at cue.pitt.edu.

>> The featured reading and video can be found here: https://www.cue.pitt.edu/event/spring-2021-lunch-learn-series

Meet the Speaker: Connie Wun, PhD is a co-founder of AAPI Women Lead. She also leads national research projects on race, gender and violence. Dr. Wun is a 2020 Soros Justice Fellow and has received numerous awards including National Science Foundation fellowship. Her research has been published in academic journals, anthologies and online platforms. She is also a former high school teacher, college educator, and sexual assault counselor.

Mar 25, 2021 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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