Center for Liberation, Anti-Racism, and Belonging (C-LAB) Launch
The Center for Liberation, Anti-Racism, and Belonging (C-LAB) is being launched this fall under the leadership of Professors Judy Tzu-Chun Wu (History and Asian American Studies) and Laura E. Enriquez (Chicano/Latino Studies and Sociology).
Recognizing the harms and social divisions that were so evident during the COVID-19 pandemic and that have long existed in the United States and other locales, C-LAB seeks to foster research communities that analyze race, Indigeneity, and migration. We are grounded in social justice and intent on charting a course toward a research justice university.
Please join C-LAB for its launch event on Wednesday, October 26, 4 p.m. in the Dr. White Room, Cross-Cultural Center
Ideas are welcomed on:
What does liberation mean to you?
How might we work together against racism?
What does belonging feel like?
For more information, contact Professor Judy Wu (email@example.com), Laura Enriquez (firstname.lastname@example.org), or Agustin Meza, Film and Media Studies major and C-LAB fellow (email@example.com).