The Race and Social Justice Institute was launched in 2021 by the NHC Office of Diversity and Equity and the Cape Fear Museum to explore how race and racism have shaped our community's past, present, and future, and what steps we can take as a community to promote social justice and equity.
The 2nd Annual Race & Social Justice Institute 2022
The 2nd annual Race and Social Justice Institute focused on the intersection of race, social justice, and education, and is presented in partnership with the Cape Fear Museum, UNCW, and New Hanover County Schools. Participants will examine the historical and socio-political contexts of education, local and national advocacy efforts with communities of color and education, policies that affect educational practice, and ways to move towards hope and healing.
The topics for each week of the virtual institute and full recordings are below.
Education Overview and Context: Dr. January Davidson and Student Facilitator
- This session focused on the history and socio-political context of education in the nation and in this region.