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Law and Race talks: '#RaceMeToo: Institutional Declarations of Anti-Racism, But Are They Listening, Do They Care?'
Speaker: Professor Mindy Chen-Wishart, Dean, Faculty of Law, University of Oxford

After the murder of George Floyd, institutions around the world have been quick to self-certify as anti-racist. It is easy to denounce the crassest forms of racism happening everywhere; but much harder to see and address our own institutional and individual behaviours that perpetuate more subtle forms of racism. Every racialised minority can detail innumerable instances of racist treatment conscious or unconscious, small or large, that cumulatively inflict significant injuries to their persons and their circumstances. We all have unconscious biases; to deny it is an oxymoron. Will we do the uncomfortable work of listening to racialised minorities, transcending our subjectivity, and working towards justice and flourishing for all?

This is a hybrid event. The talk will be held in G24 at the Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge. Registration to attend in-person is not required. If visiting in person, details of the venue can be found here: https://www.law.cam.ac.uk/about-faculty/how-find-us

You can attend remotely by registering for this webinar.

If you have any questions or are interested in speaking at a future Law and Race event, please contact Dr Kirsty Hughes (kh391@cam.ac.uk) or Vandita Khanna (vk347@cam.ac.uk).

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Nov 29, 2022 06:30 PM in London

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