Add to Calendar   02/25/2021 06:00 PM 02/25/2021 07:00 PM America/New_York Profiles of Inclusive Excellence with Cassi Pittman Claytor, PhD

 

The African American Alumni Association, in partnership with Case Western Reserve's Office for Inclusion, Diversity and Equal Opportunity and the African American and African studies minor, invites you to join us for Profiles of Inclusive Excellence. This series features in-depth conversations with faculty and staff from across campus — highlighting their work and research.

 

In this most recent installment, Heather Burton, PhD, senior director for faculty and institutional diversity, will conduct an in-depth interview with Cassi Pittman Claytor, Ph.D, Climo Junior Professor and acting co-director of the African & African American studies minor. Teaching in the department of Sociology, Dr. Pittman Claytor's work focuses on how racial minorities, particularly African Americans, manage contemporary forms of racism with the goal of uncovering how contemporary processes of social exclusion and inequality function to disadvantage racial minorities.

 

As a scholar of race and racial inequality, her research focuses on the attitudes, experiences and consumption preferences of the Black middle class.

 

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Virtual / Online 02/25/2021 06:00 PM

Profiles of Inclusive Excellence with Cassi Pittman Claytor, PhD

 

The African American Alumni Association, in partnership with Case Western Reserve's Office for Inclusion, Diversity and Equal Opportunity and the African American and African studies minor, invites you to join us for Profiles of Inclusive Excellence. This series features in-depth conversations with faculty and staff from across campus — highlighting their work and research.

 

In this most recent installment, Heather Burton, PhD, senior director for faculty and institutional diversity, will conduct an in-depth interview with Cassi Pittman Claytor, Ph.D, Climo Junior Professor and acting co-director of the African & African American studies minor. Teaching in the department of Sociology, Dr. Pittman Claytor's work focuses on how racial minorities, particularly African Americans, manage contemporary forms of racism with the goal of uncovering how contemporary processes of social exclusion and inequality function to disadvantage racial minorities.

 

As a scholar of race and racial inequality, her research focuses on the attitudes, experiences and consumption preferences of the Black middle class.

 

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WHEN
February 25, 2021 at 6pm - 7pm
WHERE
Virtual / Online

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