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Wednesday, April 20, 2011
Goldman School of Public Policy
2607 Hearst Ave., University of California, Berkeley
12pm – 5pm
Schedule:
12:00 – 12:30 Lunch and Welcome by Dean Henry Brady
12:30 – 1:30   Breakout panel discussions on Race & Politics, Labor & Education,         Prisons & Criminal Justice, and Public Health & the Environment
1:30 – 2:30     Breakout panel discussions on Race Conscious Systems, Intersections of Policy Fields, and Ground Level Impact
2:30 – 3:30     Keynote Address by Dean Edley
3:30 – 5:00     Reception

Save the Date! April 20, 2011

Join us to learn and engage in open conversation about how we can take steps toward dismantling structural inequality in a variety of policy areas – from education, to public health, to political engagement. The symposium will consist of both talks and breakout panel sessions focused on different policy issues and practical skills, followed by a reception.

Building our Awareness: How We Engage Race in our Work

A Race and Policy Symposium presented by Students of Color in Public Policy

Wednesday, April 20, 2011
Goldman School of Public Policy
12pm – 5pm

Keynote speaker: Christopher Edley, Dean of Berkeley Law School
with
Welcome address by Dean Henry Brady
and panels featuring professional and academic leaders from around the Bay Area, including:

Charles Henry, Chair of African American Studies, UC Berkeley
Jody Lewen, Prison University Project
Steven Pitts, UC Berkeley Labor Center
Zeus Leonardo, UC Berkeley School of Education
Janelle Scott, UC Berkeley School of Education
Michael Omi, UC Berkeley Ethnic Studies Department
Claudia Albano, UC Berkeley School of Social Welfare
Jeanne Woodford, Former Secretary of the California Department of Corrections
[See the Confirmed Speakers Page for Complete List]

**Light lunch will be served**