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Leading environmental justice advocate Catherine Coleman Flowers provides insights for addressing the disproportionate impacts of inadequate waste and water sanitation infrastructure on America’s rural communities.
An online reading by Pulitzer Prize-winning poet and author Natalie Diaz is the Common Reading Invited Lecture event for 2021-22.
ASWSUG Inclusion Conference Keynote Speaker Rashida Willard.
ASWSUG Inclusion Conference Keynote Speaker Nathan Webster.
How can we build a more equitable system of justice? As we reflect on 2020 and the movement to re-imagine police and policing, we must turn towards history.
Come learn more about diverse gender identities and gender expressions!
This interactive workshop will introduce the concept of microaggressions and examine how they operate to reinforce systemic inequality, power, and privilege, while having lasting impacts on individuals.
On November 12, 2019, Luis Cortes Romero was part of the legal team that argued before the US Supreme Court regarding President Trump’s termination of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) policy.
Lipi Turner Rahman will speak about global diasporas.
Matthew Jeffries, the director of WSU’s Gender Identity/Expression and Sexual Orientation Resource Center (GIESORC), will talk about how gender identity and discrimination factor into issues of immigration and asylum.
Trish Glazebrook (Politics, Philosophy, and Public Affairs) will talk about the intersections of gender, climate change, and forced migration.
In 1830, President Andrew Jackson and the U.S. Congress passed the Removal Act, a bill that forced Native Americans to leave the United States and settle in the Indian Territory west of the Mississippi River, effectively turning them into asylum seekers in their own land.
If you read the news, you might be left thinking that humans are a xenophobic and parochial species. If we actually look at the data, however, we see a very different picture: our species can be both very tolerant and very aggressive toward members of other communities.
Join Chien-Yi Chu and Ayad Rahmani from WSU’s school of Design and Construction as they discuss a mobile app concept they designed to help refugees in the United Kingdom.
Join us and we’ll introduce you to the bears on campus at Washington State University in Pullman, WA and talk about the research we do on that has helped conserve bear populations world-wide.
Join award-winning author and illustrator Duncan Tonatiuh on March 7, 4-5 p.m., to see his livestreamed presentation, “Picture Books and Social Justice.”
Join Brad Tilden and members of his executive team for a short presentation, and question and answer session.
The Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics is a national organization that protects the outdoors by teaching and inspiring people to enjoy it responsibly.
Since 1986, the first year of the Martin Luther King holiday, Washington State University has held an annual program to celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
The Pacific Northwest Collegiate Leadership Conference is the largest student leadership conference in the region, and this year a selection of the conference’s interactive workshops will be livestreamed.