CommUnity Conversations

The purpose of the CommUnity Conversations is to provide an opportunity to engage the campus community and the community at large, in a one-time dialogue about current topics related to inclusion.

Please RSVP  the Thursday before each event on the registration page.

If you require an accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), please let us know upon registering.  Early notification is encouraged, and a request one week before the event you plan to attend will facilitate the provision of reasonable accommodation.

Fall 2021 Schedule

Date and time Presenter Discussion topic Location
September, 29th. 12pm – 1pm Dr. Nancy Plankey Videla, Professor of Sociology and Doctoral Candidate Cynthia Luz Franco Cisneros “Lots of times they do not pay”: Understanding wage-theft and resistance in Bryan, Texas Zoom Presentation
Date and time Presenter Discussion topic Location
November 18th.

11:00 am – 12:00 pm

Dr. Khalil Anthony Johnson, Jr., Assistant Professor of African American Studies, Wesleyan University, and Dr. Angela Pulley Hudson, Professor of Department of History, Texas A&M University An Intimate History of the American Indian Boarding School Zoom Presentation