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Black Minds Matter Speakers Series Arts & Culture

The Black Lives movement comes to the classroom via the Center for Organizational Responsibility and Advancement - CORA's doctoral class (livestreamed for the general public) instructing school and college leaders on how to educate, prepare, and mobilize their educators. Course focuses on Black boys and men. More information: https://www.facebook.com/CORAlearning/posts/1280591888730461

There will be a livestream viewing and discussion facilitation afterwards, which is guided impart by Center for Organizational Responsibility and Advancement - CORA.

If you are interested in being a faciliator, please contact Faith Weaver at Faith.Weaver@austintexas.gov.




SOME of the Center for Organizational Responsibility and Advancement - CORA's many incredible guest speakers and interviewees include:

Patrisse Cullors- Co-Founder of Black Lives Matter

Tyrone Howard - Professor of Urban Education, University of California - Los Angeles

Ilyasah Shabazz - Educator, Activist, and Daughter of Malcolm X

S. Lee Merrit - Merrit Law Firm & Attorney for the family of Jordan Edwards

Pedro Noguera - Distinguished Professor of Education, University of California - Los Angeles

Eboni Zamani-Gallaher - Professor of Higher Education, University of Illinois - Urbana Champaign

Shaun Harper - Clifford and Betty Allen Professor, University of Southern California (USC)

Ivory Toldson - Former Executive director of the White House Initiative on Historically Black Colleges and Universities (WHIHBCUs) under President Obama and Professor at Howard University

Chance Lewis - Carol Grotnes Belk Distinguished Professor, University of North Carolina- Charlotte

Fred Bonner II - Professor and Endowed Chair, Prairie View A&M University

Terrell Strayhorn - Professor and CEO of DoGoodWork

Black Minds Matter Speakers Series
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  • George Washington Carver Museum, Cultural & Genealogy Center
  • Recurring weekly on Wednesday