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Creating the Beloved Community with Dr. Terri Watson

Creating the Beloved Community with Dr. Terri Watson


Tue, Aug 11, 3:00 PM (EDT) | This event will take place online via Zoom. Register here to access the link to event. This event will be ASL interpreted.

Please join the Ph.D. Program in Urban Education for the launch of their Fall 2020 Colloquium Speaker Series. This year’s Colloquium is guided by a focus on the global Black Lives Matter movement and an inquiry into Restorative Justice practices. The Urban Education program at The Graduate Center, CUNY is honored to welcome Dr. Terri Watson as the first guest lecturer. Dr. Watson’s talk, entitled, “Creating the Beloved Community” will orient, enrich, and inspire the conversations that will continue in Urban Education and beyond this semester.

This event is free and open to the public, but please click here to register for access to this online event. This event will be ASL interpreted.


7:00pm: Arrival and Welcome (Dr. Mangual Figueroa)

7:15pm: Creating the Beloved Community (Dr. Terri Watson)

8:00pm: Q&A, Discussion (moderated by Dr. Mangual Figueroa)

Dr. Terri N. Watson is an Associate Professor in the Department of Leadership and Human Development at CCNY. A Harlem native, her research examines effective school leadership and is aimed to improve the educational outcomes and life chances of historically excluded and underserved students and families. This year, Dr. Watson is a Distinguished Visiting Scholar at the University of Buffalo; she is also one of seven faculty members leading the CUNY Graduate Center Seminar on Public Engagement and Collaborative Research.

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