The WashU & Slavery Project is recruiting a postdoctoral fellow to help advance collaborative project research, teaching, and engagement and work closely with the project director and participating faculty, staff, and students. For more information and to apply go to the position announcement here.
Faculty affiliate and small grant recipient, Noah Cohan discusses his project Whereas Hoop and the lack of basketball courts in Forest Park, “The problem… is systemic racism, along with… redlining.”
Faculty affiliate Jason Newland is working with the National Institute of Health and CDC to complete COVID-19 Vaccine trials and testing studies in local school districts.
Faculty affiliate Karen Joynt Maddox shares about the crisis in hospitals as care is being rationed due to the COVID19 pandemic.
Faculty affiliate James Gibson was recently interviewed in the Washington Post about the overlooked significance of state supreme courts in shaping the rights and lives of people.
Faculty affiliate Ila Sheren shared her expertise in a panel discussion on “Hostile Terrain 94”: a global pop-up exhibition that gives representation to the thousands of migrants who died crossing the US–Mexico border since the mid-1990s. Read more here: https://tinyurl.com/sheren-cre2
Faculty affiliate Sheretta Butler-Barnes has received a three-year $697,914 National Science Foundation grant for a project titled “Collaborative Research: Black Parents’ Racial Socialization Competencies and Youth Outcomes in Response to Racial Violence.”