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2019 College of Education Inaugural Diversity Lecture Series

Joan and Loki Mulholland

February 13 civil rights icon Joan Trumpauer Mulholland, together with filmmaker Loki Mulholland, presented The Uncomfortable Truth. Using clips from the 2017 documentary with the same name, the Mulholland’s spoke about the ways in which racism continues to organize life in the United States.

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Max Felker-Kantor

MAX FELKER-KANTOR

March 5 American historian Dr. Max Felker-Kantor explained how the Los Angeles Police Department, faced with restrictions on its discretionary authority during the late 1950s and 1960s, sought to expand its power. Referencing his book Policing Los Angeles: Race, Resistance, and the Rise of the LAPD, Kantor’s research shows us how historical events connect with what we are seeing with today’s school-to-prison pipeline.

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Benjamin Crump

BENJAMIN CRUMP

March 26 Benjamin Crump, attorney at law, spoke to Using the Law as a Weapon. Mr. Crump shared his experiences with the “intellectual justification of discrimination” and highlighted examples of how the law has been used as a weapon again African Americans throughout history. Mr. Crump advised we must work through both education and economic channels to achieve change and equality as one cannot progress without the other.

Alumni, Emeriti, and Friends


Ann Hart Ann Weaver Hart is the 21st President of the University of Arizona, a role she assumed in July 2012. President Hart received three degrees from the University of Utah: a bachelor of science and master of arts in history, and a doctorate in educational administration.
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A Learning Environment where All Thrive

 

Deans and administrators through the University of Utah campus issued this letter to affirm their commitment to creating an inclusive environment where there is no tolerance for acts of racism or bias in any form.


 

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Last Updated: 12/5/19