Dé Bryant, Ph.D.
Bryant founded community-based, participatory action research Social Action Project and expanded it into neighborhoods in Michigan, Nigeria, Rwanda and South Africa. Her areas of expertise include social justice, trauma informed strategies, program development, participatory action research, teaching and interreligious/interfaith dialogues.
What can we do to fight against racism (and its intersections with other structural oppressions) within our own community RIGHT NOW? This Zoom conversation intends to connect Notre Dame students, faculty, staff and alumni with Black Lives Matter-South Bend (BLM-SB). Bryant will give a short introduction to the current issues BLM-SB is working to address and explain how ND community members can take part in the struggle for racial justice. The talk will be followed by a structured Q & A.
Sponsored by the Department of American Studies, Creative Writing, Gender Studies, Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, and Africana Studies.
Originally published at kroc.nd.edu.