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CSUSB College of Arts and Letters Presents Panel Discussion on Racism, Civil Disobedience, and Racial Justice

San Bernardino, CA – A discussion on the issues of “Structural Racism, Civil Disobedience, and the Road to Racial Justice in the Age of COVID-19,” will take place virtually at 1 p.m. on Tuesday, June 16.

The California State University San Bernardino (CSUSB) will continue its dialogue on race and racism when the College of Arts and Letters presents a panel discussion: “Structural Racism, Civil Disobedience, and the Road to Racial Justice in the Age of COVID-19.”

The program, which will take place virtually on Zoom, is scheduled for 1 p.m. Tuesday, June 16. It can be accessed on Zoom from a PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android at https://csusb.zoom.us/j/91274598877.

Faculty panelists will share their personal and professional experiences while discussing what they can do to help students navigate this critical moment for racial equality and social justice in America.

The discussion will be facilitated by Shafiq Rahman, Chair of the Department of Communication Studies, the scheduled panel will include Ed Gomez, Art and Design; Larry Hygh, Liliana Conlisk-Gallegos and Ahlam Muhtaseb, Communication Studies; Rong Chen, English; Nicholas Bratcher, Music; Eric Bayruns Garcia, Philosophy; Kristi Papailler, Theatre Arts; and Estaban Cordoba and Oraib Mango, World Languages and Literatures.

The June 16 panel discussion is the latest in a series CSUSB has held to discuss race, racism and police brutality, and share possible solutions, in the wake of the death of African-American, George Floyd, at of police officers in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

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