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Dornsife Dialogues: The Truth of Being Black in America

Dornsife Dialogues: The Truth of Being Black in America

Dornsife Dialogues: The Truth of Being Black in America

What are the ways that the health and lives of some Americans are in jeopardy simply because they’re black? And what can we do to help change that?

As part of Dornsife Dialogues, Najuma Smith-Pollard moderates a discussion on being black in America with April Thames, USC Dornsife associate professor of psychology and psychiatry, Jody Armour, USC Gould’s Roy P. Crocker Professor of Law, and Blossom Brown, prominent activist for transgender equality with the Los Angeles LGBT Center and board member of Black LGBTQ+ Activists for Change.

Dornsife Dialogues: The Truth of Being Black in America

What are the ways that the health and lives of some Americans are in jeopardy simply because they’re Black? And what can we do to help change that? Panelists:April Thames, USC Dornsife associate professor of psychology and psychiatryJody Armour, USC Gould’s Roy P. Crocker Professor of LawBlossom Brown, prominent activist for transgender equality with the Los Angeles LGBT Center and board member of Black LGBTQ+Activists for Change Moderator: Najuma Smith-Pollard, program manager for USC Dornsife’s Center for Religion and Civic Culture

Posted by USC Center for Religion & Civic Culture on Thursday, June 25, 2020

 

Rev. Najuma Smith-Pollard is a Program Manager with the USC Cecil Murray Center for Community Engagement.