Join Native Governance Center virtually for a beginner-level discussion focused on why blood quantum is controversial, as well as how it came to be used as an enrollment and citizenship criteria for Native nations.Find out more »
The Black Lives Matter athletic activism that followed the killing of George Floyd here in Minneapolis last summer has focused new energy and attention on the role of sports in bringing about social change and racial justice in our community and all across the nation. This conversation will bring together a diverse panel of sports leaders, all with Minnesota ties, to talk about how this is playing out in their particular fields and what they would like to see done…Find out more »
Award-winning author and CLA Regents Professor of Creative Writing Julie Schumacher brings author Antonia Angress (MFA '21, creative writing) into a virtual discussion about their work, The Shakespeare Requirement and the forthcoming Sirens & Muses, respectively; the writing process; and all things academia—satirical and otherwise. Audience members will have the opportunity to submit questions during the Webinar event for both speakers to answer. This event is brought to you by the CLA Alumni Online Book Club.Find out more »
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