CRES Colloquium: Reedies in Practice: Reflections on protest, mutual aid, and a call to action

Want to get involved in more mutual aid efforts? Want to learn more about what's happening locally?

This collaborative panel between SEEDS and Comparative Race & Ethnicity Studies will feature students from the Reed Community Mutual Aid Fund and Receipts magazine to highlight mutual aid work happening on campus and put out a targeted call for action in the larger community. 

While mutual aid is growing in popularity, this event aims to inspire student, faculty, staff, and adjacent community members to identify ways that mutual aid efforts can continue on as the new infrastructure of community care. 

Panelists: Alondra Loza, Isaac Ball, Tania Jamarillo, and Betsy Wight
Moderator: Priya Narain

Dial-In Information

This event will be held through zoom. Please register here.

Tuesday, October 27, 2020 at 5:00pm to 6:00pm

Virtual Event
Event Type

Student, Alumni

Audience

Faculty, Students, Alumni, Staff

Website

https://www.reed.edu/cres/colloquium....

Department
Comparative Race and Ethnicity Studies (CRES), SEEDS
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