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Date and Location

April 27, 2023
6:15 PM - 7:30 PM EST
B-500 Bell Hall



​Join the Anti-Racism Policy Caucus (ARPC) and Anti-Racism Policy Journal (ARPJ) student groups at Harvard Kennedy School for an evening of conversation and community building as we bring together a diverse group of leaders to discuss strategies for developing and implementing an anti-racist agenda in various sectors of modern society. 

We will explore the ways in which policy and law have enabled forms of spatial violence such as environmental racism, health inequities, public infrastructure inequalities, gentrification, and the prison industrial complex. Together we will share innovative, collaborative solutions to address these issues, with a focus on policy changes, community organizing, grassroots resistance, and art/storytelling for social change.

Speakers and Presenters

​Erin Genia, a multidisciplinary artist, educator and community organizer in Indigenous arts and culture.

Chi Ossé, Council Member for New York City’s 36th District, elected in 2021 as the youngest member of this Council.

Brittany White, Organizer, Visiting Practitioner in Residence at the Institute to End Mass Incarceration



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