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Slavery: A Legacy
Organized by the Center for the Humanities in an urban Environment and a part of Florida International University's Holocaust and Genocide Awareness Week, "Slavery: A Legacy" explores the various ways in which the Transatlantic Slave Trade continues to shape the present, both in the United States, and in Latin America. Hosted by Professor Andrea Queeley (FIU), this program takes us through voting rights (Professor Gilda Daniels, University of Baltimore), the
Dis/Ability: Abelism, Identity, and the Ethics of AbilityOnline
The Center for the Humanities in an Urban Environment at the Florida International University is hosting a virtual panel discussion centered on the voices of artists, scholars, and activists who work in and around Disability Studies. The conversation will explore the ways that many people may be unconsciously be participating in ableist practices. The panelists will seek to answer questions about the "dis" of disability, what it means to have