Towards a Sustained Conversation on Race and Justice
Many groups at Loyola are hosting events on the subject of racial justice to continue conversations begun last year. This creates the conditions for a meaningful reflection and sustained dialogue in the great Jesuit fashion. We encourage you to seek out such events and conversations so that you might trace some "threads" between them. You might also seek out groups planning future events and initiatives.
If you would like to suggest an event to be added to the calendar, please complete this Event Form.
Spring Semester 2015
Fall Semester 2015
*open only to select group/individuals
*Racial Affinity Groups (RA’s), Office of Student Life
*CCSJ Student Staff RJ Reflections, Center for Community Service and Justice
*Racial trauma healing groups, Counseling Center
Concrete Rose- Pushing Past the Hopeless of a Broken City
7:30pm, St. Ignatius Church
A grassroots perspective on issues affecting black Baltimore youth where the problems originated, and practical solutions in which the church can play an integral part.
740 N. Calvert Street
Baltimore, MD 21202
Author Jennifer Harvey's Dear White Christians: For Those Still Longing for Racial Reconciliation
Saturday, November 7, 2015
The Episcopal Maryland's Diocese's Truth and Reconciliation Commission invites you to participate in a discussion with author Jennifer Harvey- Dear White Christians: For Those Still Longing for Racial Reconciliation, at the Diocesan Center. It starts with a continental breakfast at 8:15 A.M., program beginning at 9 A.M.-12P.M. followed by lunch.
There will be a free-will offering to defray the cost of the event and lunch
Registration deadline for the event is October 30, 2015. Link to Register
The Rev. Dr. Jennifer Harvey is an associate professor of religion at Drake University, Des Moines, Iowa. Her other books include Whiteness and Morality: Pursing Racial Justice through Reparations and Sovereignty and Disrupting Whyte Supremacy from Within.
Freedom of Expression: The Role of Art in Social Justice and Liberation
7:30pm, McGuire Hall East
"Freedom of Expression": The Role of Art in Social Justice and Liberation Movements. Our panel will feature artists from the Baltimore community whose work has engaged them in communities in our city, the United States, and the Diaspora. They will share their experiences and engage in discussion with the audience.
Commitment to Justice Lecture
7:00pm, Fourth Floor Program Room
Migration: Beyond Rhetoric discussion panel
Meet the Authors of All American Boys: Jason Reynolds and Brendan Kelly
|Monday, 5- Thursday, 22
Diversity Reading Groups
Mondays: Claudia Rankine, Citizen: A meditation on Race in America
Wednesdays: José Ángel N., Illegal: Reflections of an Undocumented Immigrant
One Lunchtime a Week for Three Weeks
More information and sign-ups
Sponsored by the Office of Academic Affairs
Common Text Speaker
6:00-7:30pm, Library Auditorium
How Can We Create Equitable Communities?
Dr. Wendell Pritchett, Presidential Professor of Law and Education, The University of Pennsylvania
Sponsored by Messina, the Center for the Humanities and the History Department
A Common Text and Stories We Tell Event
Day of Racial Justice Harmony Through the Lens of Our Christian Faith
740 N. Calvert Street
Baltimore, MD 21202
Teaching the 2015 Baltimore Uprising
2015 AAAS Fall Lecture
7:00pm, Four Floor Program Room
Dr. Kimberly R. Moffitt (Ph.D. Howard University) is associate professor of American Studies and affiliate associate professor in the Departments of Africana Studies and the Language, Literacy and Culture Ph.D. program at the University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC). She will be discussing the Baltimore Uprising: The "Resiliency" of Our Youth
|Thursday, 22-Sunday, 25
Thursday, October 22 at 7:00pm, Friday, October 23 at 8:00pm, Saturday, October 24 at 8:00pm and Sunday, October 25 at 2:00pm McManus Theater
Directed by Natka Bianchini
Common Text Speaker: An Evening with Clybourne Park playwright Bruce Norris
6:00-7:30pm, McGuire Hall
A Common Text and The Visionary Event