Resources for community, Juneteenth and Day of Dialogue videos available online

In observance of Juneteenth Friday, June 19, Case Western Reserve University updated the resources page of the Race and Justice website.

These items include a series of videos titled Juneteenth: Conversations on Race, Slavery and Freedom. Opening with an introduction from Vice President for Inclusion, Diversity and Equal Opportunity Rob Solomon, the series features addresses from Provost Ben Vinson III, Assistant Professor of African American History Noel Voltz, and Associate Professor of Religious Studies Joy Bostic.

The page also includes videos from the June 10 Day of Dialogue sessions, resources for community responses and campus support, and recommended readings and films. It also provides a form for those who want to suggest additional resources for the community’s consideration.

To view the updated information, visit the resources page.