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Invisible Men: Black and Brown Males in the Academy

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Kane Hall (map) University District
Fri., April 7, 6 p.m. 2017

Free

By "invisible men," associate professor Joe Lott is referring to the fact that black and brown men are more likely to feel lost and isolated in college or university. In this lecture, he'll talk about how to boost low enrollment rates and help these students get more out of education by fostering communities of color on campus. This might include projects like the UW Brotherhood Initiative, a collaboration of various academic bodies striving to help "undergraduate males of color to thrive on campus and graduate prepared for a lifetime of leadership, service and success." This free event has reached its RSVP capacity, but they may accommodate walk-up guests on the day of the event if the space allows.

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Kane Hall

UW Campus, Seattle, WA 98101
206-616-1825

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  • Fri., April 7, 6 p.m. 2017
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