Texas Tech University

Race, Racism, & Public Spaces

Dr. Jasmine Parker, Creator and Organizer

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Series Events

“White Fragility: A book discussion”
Wednesday, February 6th
11 AM - 12:30 PM
Red Raider Ballroom A (inside the Student Union Building)
Refreshments Provided

“Critical Race Theory: Giving Voice to the Silenced” feat. Dr. Laurence Parker, University of Utah (via webcam)
Wednesday, March 6th
11 AM - 12:30 PM
Matador Room - 2nd floor of the Student Union Building
Refreshments Provided

“#WordsMatter: Addressing Discriminatory Subtext”
Wednesday, April 17th
6 PM - 8 PM
TLPDC (inside the library), Room 151
Refreshments Provided

Featured panelists include:

  • Dr. Kent Wilkinson, Professor & Director, Harris Institute for Hispanic and International Communication
  • Dr. D. Gilson, Assistant Professor of Creative Writing (English)

“Race Relations @ Texas Tech” (A panel discussion)
Wednesday, May 1st
3 PM - 5 PM
Matador Room - 2nd floor of the Student Union Building
Reception to follow

Featured keynote speaker:

Featured panelists include:

Sponsors and Collaborators

Dr. Jasmine D. Parker, creator of "Race, Racism & Public Spaces Series" would like to thank all of her sponsors and collaborators. Sponsors (fiscal supporters) and collaborators (non-fiscal supporters) have both played essential roles in the development and success of this series. Without their assistance, this series would not be possible.

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Corporate Sponsors

  • Beacon Press
  • Penguin Random House

University Sponsors

  • College of Education
  • Office of the Vice President
  • Division of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
  • Teaching, Learning & Professional Development Center (TLPDC)
  • Institute for Inclusive Excellence (IIE)

Corporate Collaborator

  • Barnes & Noble at Texas Tech

University Collaborators

  • Doctoral Support Center for Writing and Research Excellence (DSC)
  • LEAD Fellows
  • Texas Tech University School of Law
  • Women's & Gender Studies
  • Department of Philosophy
  • Minorities and Philosophy (MAP)