Stanford’s Commitment to Racial Justice
During this time of heightened awareness of violence and discrimination against marginalized people, particularly Black Americans, it is even more important that we support all members of the Stanford community and equip ourselves with information and skills to create change. The Stanford Alumni Association’s mission is to reach, serve and engage all Stanford alumni, and we are committed to keeping you informed on the university’s response and scholarship pertaining to diversity, equity, inclusion, and access. We hope that you will be inspired to participate in an activity, lecture, or program to help us to take action to strengthen our Stanford community.
Film Screening with Remarks from Pamela Karlan and Discussion with Gary Duncan-Stanford Law School: Room 180
Join us for a lecture by sociologist Ruha Benjamin of Princeton University.Part of the series How Change Comes: Knowledge + Justice, in which scholars who have made indelible statements in both areas discuss the conditions of their work-In Person and Online (see link for details)
“Beyond our own campus, as an institution of higher learning we have an additional responsibility to ensure that our research and educational endeavors are sufficiently focused on helping society more broadly to evolve beyond the scourge of racism that has been present in our country for far too long.”
—Stanford President Marc Tessier-Lavigne
Photo, counterclockwise from top left: Stanford News Service; Linda A. Cicero/Stanford News Service (2); Peninsula-Times Tribune (2); Linda A. Cicero/Stanford News Service.