In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and other Black people at the hands of police has brought heightened attention to the longer-standing racism pandemic.
SPSP has put together a panel of experts to discuss social psychological perspectives on the racism pandemic: As a field, what do we know about how anti-Blackness operates, what can we do, and what should we do in our communities and our society?
Join this virtual panel July 7th at 4 p.m. ET/ 1 p.m. PT with your questions. This program is free, and live closed captioning will be provided for this program.
Moderator: Denise Sekaquaptewa, University Diversity and Social Transformation Professor of Psychology, University of Michigan
- Patricia Devine, Kenneth and Mamie Clark Professor of Psychology, University of Wisconsin, Madison
- Kristin Dukes, Dean for Institutional Diversity, Allegheny College
- James Jones, Trustees Distinguished Professor, Emeritus, Psychological and Brain Sciences, University of Delaware
- Robert Sellers, Charles D. Moody Collegiate Professor of Psychology, University of Michigan
- Kamiya Stewart, Ph.D candidate, Tulane University
- Linda Tropp, Professor of Social Psychology, University of Massachusetts, Amherst