Tue, Jan 21 at 7:30 p.m. | 90 minutes | BYOB but no red wine.
Courses: Participants will be able to engage on their own time with the pre-recorded lectures and curated materials (readings, podcast links, interviews, and film). These will be used as the fuel for the live Zoom discussions with the professor.
This two part series with Kim Nguyen asks how might we use scientific research, as well as indigenous ways of knowing and healing, to unlearn false and harmful narratives about human differences?
Kim Nguyen is a doctoral student at City University of New York in the Critical Social and Personality Psychology program and a research associate at sexgenlab.org. She teaches at Pratt Institute and Hunter College. Kim is interested in the different ways in which social injustice and power dynamics dehumanize and disrupt our ability to connect with one another (and ourselves).
Hosted at a member's living room in Crown Heights. Address will be sent upon RSVP.