Topic: UCR, Being Black at UCR, education, University racial profiling
Segment: D Report
Participants: Precious Fasakin
Broadcast Air Date: 7/12/19
Time: 5:15 PM (PST)
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- Instagram page – Being Black at UCR
- How do we share our racialized experiences while at UC Riverside?
- How does following a generic police protocol, place students of color in differentiated vulnerable positions?
- Can you hide systemic racial bias within neutral protocols?
- Are we gas-lighting students by having them question their responses as second-guessed overreactions?
- Is UC Riverside able to keep student’s safe from the history of racism and hegemonic patterns?
- Is racism outside of the realm of logic?
- Lets talk about being black at UCR.
- How does UC riverside reproduce the structural inequality patterns of exclusion by race, class and gender?
- Does the campus of UC Riverside design include gender as a filter?
- How do micro-aggressions harm students?
- What is the relationship between what exist in our head and the exists in the world around us?
- When we share so many similar situations, we can conclude that these racialized micro-aggressions are not isolated experiences.
- What is the history of constructing blackness?
- How is race discourse remade every morning?
- How do we share our position that we belong at UC riverside and everywhere?
- What is democratic education?
- The things we experience on campus are the legacy, the history of gate-keeping?