FACULTY SEMINAR SERIES

The Gospel of J. Edgar Hoover: How the FBI Aided & Abetted the Rise of White Christian Nationalism

Lerone A. Martin - Director, MLK Institute

May 19, 2022 | 12p-1:30p 

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Faculty Research Fellows Chautauqua

ANNE H. CHARITY HUDLEY

Talking College: Making Space for Black Language Practices in Higher Education

April 28th @ 3:30pm PDT

VIDEO FORTHCOMING

SPECIAL LECTURE: MURALISM & ACTIVISM

Gina Hernandez-Clarke

April 7, 2022 | CCSRE Conference Rm | 12PM

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17th ANNUAL ANNE & LOREN KIEVE DISTINGUISHED LECTURE

THE SPIRAL WORD

Juana Alicia

April 14, 2022 | Stanford Humanities Center |  7p

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CCSRE Celebrates 25 Years

This academic year we celebrate 25 years of education, research, and community 

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We face challenges ranging from increasing economic inequality to an overdue racial reckoning and what appears to be irreversible climate change. Understanding how race and ethnicity stem from and exacerbate these problems remains key to our attempts to solve them.
Paula M.L. Moya
Faculty Director

Our Mission

To advance racial equity through interdisciplinary education, research and community engagement.

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CELEBRATING 25 YEARS

STRENGTH IN SOLIDARITY: 25 Years of Education, Research, and Community

The Stanford University Center for Comparative Studies in Race & Ethnicity (CCSRE) will host a virtual celebration in honor of its 25th Anniversary on June 4, 2021 from 5:00 to 6:30 p.m. PDT. The awards portion of the program will honor individuals who have been instrumental in furthering the mission and work of CCSRE on campus and in the broader community. The evening of tribute will also include:

 

  • Address by CCSRE Founding Director Albert Camarillo.
  • Salute to the history and contributions of CCSRE.
  • Awards presentation to honor campus, community and partners.
  • Feature videos of CCSRE community members to commemorate the occasion.
  • Presentation of Reaching Towards Warmer Suns (2020) sculpture by CCSRE Alum Kiyan Williams (‘13).

CCSRE News

The Perfecto Project: Storytelling, Race, and Recognition in Human-Computer Interaction

CeCe McDonald speaks at the SF LGBT Center about her work supporting incarcerated Black trans women.

Image credit: Attila Barabas (iStock)

CCSRE NEWSLETTERS

Click on the link below to view current and past CCSRE eNewsletters, which include feature stories, events, funding opportunities, and race-centered research within and beyond the Stanford campus community.