may, 2016

03may9:30 am1:30 pmRace, Identity, and Freedom:A conversation with Jonathan L. Butler

Event Details

Higher Education Leadership Lecture Series presents

Race, Identity, and Freedom: A Conversation with Jonathan L. Butler

Keynote Lecture
DATE: Tuesday May 3, 2016
TIME: 9:30 -11:30am
LOCATION: Special Events Room, Anderson Academic Commons
Register Below.

Student Roundtable Disscussion
DATE: Tuesday May 3, 2016
TIME: 12:00 -1:30pm
LOCATION: Mountain View Room, KRH Rm 401
RSVP Required below, limited to 30 students.

About the Speaker: Jonathan L. Butler
Jonathan L. Butler is a graduate student in educational leadership and policy analysis at the University of Missouri. Mr. Butler is a founding member of #concernedstudent1950, a student collective at Mizzou that addresses racism and discrimination on campus. Mr. Butler made headlines in Fall 2015 for initiating a hunger strike to protest racism on his campus.

Morgridge College of Education Co-Sponsoring Departments:
Child, Family, and School Psychology | Counseling Psychology | Research Methods and Information Sciences

Time

(Tuesday) 9:30 am - 1:30 pm

Organizer

Assistant Professor of Higher Education



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