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Restorative Justice Colloquium – TODAY


Dear FSU Members,

The FSU writes to alert everyone about an excellent event today from 6:30 to 8:30pm -- "Homegoing Student-Led Panel Discussion on Identity, Culture, and Activism"   Register for this webinar.

Introduction and welcome by Dr. Carola Suárez-Orozco (Distinguished Professor of Counseling & School Psychology and the co-founder of Re-Imagining Migration).

Moderated by Hailee Marsh (a master's student in the Critical Ethnic and Community Studies Program at UMass Boston and a teaching assistant for Introduction to Africana Studies).

Panelists include Falianne Forges (a UMass Boston junior, majoring in English & Africana Studies, and resident assistant); Samuel Stephens (a UMass Boston sophomore business management major, and a hip-hop musician and entrepreneur); Sofia CalvoPalavicini (a daughter of Costa Rican immigrants and a UMass Boston junior who is majoring in History and minoring in both Secondary Education and Native American and Indigenous Studies); Abdullah Beckett (a UMass Boston senior majoring in exercise health science and  minoring in Arabic Studies, a vice-president of UMass Boston’s NAACP chapter, and a member of UMass Boston’s inaugural My Brother’s Keeper cohort); and Olanike Ojelabi (a fourth-year PhD student in public policy at the McCormack Graduate School at UMass Boston, vice-president of the Pan-African Graduate Student Association, and a Teaching Assistant for Introduction to Africana Studies). 

Recommended Reading: Homegoing, “Sonny” (pgs. 243-263), “Marjorie” (pgs. 264-283), and “Marcus” (pgs. 284-305)