ONLINE Seminar: Names, Monuments, and Racism (UPDATED)

  • July 14, 2020 at 7:00 pm
  • Zoom Video Conference Platform
  • Open

UPDATE: NEW COLLEGE/ADULT SESSION ADDED. St. Leon Church (Fair Lawn, NJ) will hold a 4-week multi-media seminar for high school-age students and college-age and older adults, “Names, Monuments, and Racism: A Global Perspective,” that explores current issues about confronting racism and injustice (incl. institutional name-changes, and toppling statues). Prof. Khatchig Mouradian (Columbia U.) will lead the four 75-minute sessions, focusing on case studies from the U.S., Armenia, Turkey, Germany, Lebanon, Namibia, and Japan. Classes will be held on the Zoom video conference platform at 7 p.m. EDT; the high school seminar meets on Tuesday evenings (Jul. 14, 21, 28, and Aug. 4); the college/adult seminar meets Wednesday evenings (Jul. 15, 22, 29, and Aug. 5). High schoolers can click here to register for the Tuesday seminar. College-age and all older adults can click here to register for the Wednesday seminar. For further details, and information on tuition, click on the link to view an informative flyer.

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