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CANCELED: DOCSpeaks: “I’m Speaking Now…Understanding Structural Inequality Through an Intersectional Lens” with Erika Wilson, JD

March 23 @ 12:00 pm

This event has been canceled.

Please check our calendar of events for an announcement of a rescheduled date.

 

DOCSpeaks, short talks on cultural competence, will bring Erika Wilson, JD, to present “I’m Speaking Now…Understanding Structural Inequality Through an Intersectional Lens.”

Erika Wilson serves as associate professor of law and the Thomas Willis Lambeth Distinguished Chair in Public Policy at the Law School. Her research and teaching interests include clinical legal education, education law and policy, specifically obtaining educational equality for disadvantaged students, and the intersection between race and the law. She teaches Critical Race Theory, Education Law, and serves as the director for the UNC Clinical Programs.

DOCSpeaks is an iteration of the Dental and Oral Health Community Scholars (DOCS) Scholars Program featuring TEDTalk length cogent talks that intersect with cultural competence and healthcare. All sessions will feature 20-minute talks followed by a 20-minute Q and A.

If you have questions, contact: Dr. Sylvia A. Frazier- Bowers, Assistant Dean for Inclusive Excellence and Equity, UNC-CH Adams School of Dentistry (saf@ad.unc.edu)

Sponsored by Carolina Seminars

Via Zoom and limited in-person attendance in Kirkland Auditorium.

 

ZOOM LINK HERE

 

 

Details

Date:
March 23
Time:
12:00 pm