CCSRE Events and Announcements


March 1 | 7pm

Memorial Church

18th Annual Anne and Loren Kieve Distinguished Lecture

"Speaking for an Other"

featuring Pulitzer Prize winner

Viet Thanh Nguyen

Book Talk

February 9 | 3:30-5pm

A3C Couchroom, Old Union Clubhouse, 2nd Floor

College Imposters: Passing for the Model Minority

with erin Khuê Ninh, UCSB

A discussion with the author about racial impostors and the pressures of model minority culture for Asian Americans.


Faculty Seminar Series

February 16 | 12-1:30pm

Bldg. 360, Conference Room

Policy Strategies for Addressing Disparities in Health Outcomes

Alyce S. Adams,

School of Medicine

in conversation with

Shawna Follis, Postdoctoral Scholar in the School of Medicine


Deadline February 10

Applications now open for the CCSRE Undergraduate

Summer Fellowships

Undergraduate fellows are paid to work full-time over the summer with community partners and faculty mentors on projects that advance racial justice.

More information...

Deadline February 20

Now accepting applications for the Dissertation and Teaching Fellowships

More information...

Co-sponsored Events


February 14 | 8-9:30pm

Zapata Lounge

A Place to Stand: A Film

Film Screening of life of poet JSB

February 15 | 12-1:30pm

Margaret Jacks

Contemporary Issues and

Literary Legacy

Poetry Workshop with JSB

February 15 | 6:30-7:30pm

Margaret Jacks

Poetry Reading with Jimmy Santiago Baca

Around Stanford

February 8 | 1-2pm


Natasha Warikoo | Is Affirmative Action Fair? The Myth of Equity in College Admissions


February 9 | 12-1:30pm

Carolyn Lewis Attneave House (589 Capistrano Way, Stanford)

Veena Dubal | On Algorithmic Wage Discrimination


February 13 | 4:30-6:30pm

Stanford Humanities Center (424 Santa Teresa St)

Lerone A. Martin | The Gospel of J. Edgar Hoover: How the FBI Aided and Abetted the Rise of White Christian Nationalism


Book Talk

February 14 | 6-8pm

Terrace Room, Margaret Jacks Hall (4th Floor)

Sarah Manyika | Between Starshine and Clay: Conversations from the African Diaspora

More information...

Speech and education at Stanford

Professor David Palumbo-Liu argues that inclusive language is necessary to create a truly diverse educational experience. "We need to patiently get back to defining our core values... and granting each other the right to make a mistake, for that is something essential to education," he writes.


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