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THE HIP HOP WARS
Materializing from themes introduced in Dr. Rose's latest text, The Hip Hop Wars, this insightful presentation discusses the impact of corporate consolidation on black popular culture and the importance of popular culture for our youth, society and democracy itself.
THE CHALLENGE OF DIVERSITY
"It is said that all beings are predisposed to waking up and reaching out to others...this natural inclination can be nurtured," according to Pema Chodron, in her text, The Places That Scare You. Within the context of diversity in corporate, academic or general community settings, Dr. Rose expounds on how nurturing this inclination aids us in creating a just and inclusive society at large. This educational keynote uncovers the true meaning of diversity, identifies its relative categories, and juxtaposes the challenges and benefits of establishing functional diversity in a given environment.
PAIN, PASSION AND POSSIBILITY: LEARNING FROM DIFFICULT SUBJECTS
How do we have difficult conversations on painful subjects such as gender, racial and sexual inequality, discrimination and oppression in ways that enable, connect and empower students, co-workers, community members and ourselves? Dr. Tricia Rose will address this issue with particular attention to race and gender by drawing on Rose's own scholarship, life and seventeen years of university teaching.
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