A Conversation On Race with Dr. Larry Davis | Wed September 18, 2019

International Day of Peace
calendar link icon  Wed September 18, 2019
Start: 12:00 pm End: 1:30 pm

Cathedral of Learning, room 2017

“A Conversation On Race” with Dr. Larry Davis
18 September 2019 12:00PM
Cathedral of Learning, room 2017
University of Pittsburgh

 Join the University fo Pittsburgh School of Social Work as CRSP Director Emeritus and Donald M. Henderson Professor Larry E. Davis discusses the past, present, and future of race in America.

After the lecture we will also be unveiling the Larry E. Davis Award for Excellence in Race Research an annual award to be given to an emerging scholar producing impactful research on race in America.

A hot lunch will be provided

No registration required; limited seating is available

In 1981 the United Nations instituted the International Day of Peace. They proclaimed that each September 21 all people should take 24 hours and cease all forms of violence. If we can do it on one day we can do it everyday. Since 2001 there has been an observance in Pittsburgh. We encourage individuals and groups to plan and participate in activities that raise our consciousness to work to end violence not just for a day but everyday . This year we invite persons to participate in these activities from September 15-21.

You can find each of the week’s events on this calendar as well as a PDF of the full schedule of International Day of Peace events here.


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