Event: How to Be an Antiracist Researcher
The VCU HRPP would like to inform the research community regarding an upcoming event on antiracist research practice. The event is on Tuesday, January 25th from noon until 1:30pm.
Antiracist researchers combat inequality and racism by conceptualizing, implementing, and disseminating research that dismantles racism, oppression, discrimination, and structural inequalities. This virtual presentation offers participants an opportunity to learn how to engage in antiracist research by presenting a counter-narrative to the traditional conceptualization and implementation of research with Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC). Sponsored by VCU College of Humanities and Sciences, VCU School of Social Work and VCU School of Medicine, Department of Health Behavior and Policy.
- Trenette Clark Goings, Ph.D., UNC School of Social Work
- Maghboeba Mosavel, Ph.D., VCU Department of Social and Behavioral Health
- Faye Z. Belgrave, Ph.D., VCU Department of Psychology and CHS Dean’s Office