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Dangerous Questions: Why Academic Freedom MattersLearn More and Register
Scholars at Risk, together with its Academic Refuge project partners, has created a free asynchronous online course on why academic freedom matters. The self-paced course is divided into three one-week modules. Registration is open now through November 15. Once registered, participants can access course materials for five weeks.
Advocating While Black: Navigating Black Identity in the Human Rights FieldLearn More and Register
Panelists will interrogate the status quo at a time when practitioners are questioning whether structures designed to promote justice could themselves contribute to systemic racism and inequality in society.
Racism and Structural Violence: Lessons from the HIV and COVID PandemicsLearn More and Register
Linda Rae Murray, MD, MPH, FACD will discuss how the idea of race and racial hierarchy was developed as a product of social construction, describe the effects of pandemics on the African American and other marginalized communities, and compare the impact of and response to the COVID-19 and AIDS pandemics by the Black community.
Science, Technology & Human Rights ConferenceLearn More and Register
The AAAS Science and Human Rights Coalition is hosting its first-ever virtual conference, open to all who are interested in building connections across science, technology, and human rights. Early registration available through September 1.