Welcome to the Urban Research-Based Action Network (URBAN)
On April 19 URBAN LA will convene an interactive forum of leaders and activists who have been engaged in work on immigrant rights, mass incarceration,...
These collaborative research principles, as refined by members of the URBAN.Boston Node on March 19, 2014, are the output of multiple...
URBAN.Boston will host a Stand Against Racism event on Monday, April 28th from 5:00-7:30pm in the Ryan Lounge (3rd Floor, McCormack Building, UMASS Boston). A...
Sat19Apr201410am-2pmUCLA Downtown Labor Center, 675 S. Park View St., Los Angeles, CALos Angeles
On April 19 URBAN LA will convene an interactive forum of leaders and activists who have been engaged in work on immigrant rights, mass incarceration, or both. The increase in mass deportation and mass incarceration reflects a systematic criminalization of communities of color, especially youth of color. Dialogue between scholars and community leaders will promote the exploration of potential alliances, joint research, and strategies to advance organizing and policy change.
Mon28Apr2014Ryan Lounge (3rd Floor, McCormack Building, UMASS Boston)Boston
URBAN.Boston will host a Stand Against Racism event on Monday, April 28th from 5:00-7:30pm in the Ryan Lounge (3rd Floor, McCormack Building, UMASS Boston). A reception will be held 5:00-6pm with the program starting at 6pm.
This event is part of the Stand Against Racism™ movement organized by the YWCA that aims to eliminate racism by raising awareness through its annual event. Organizations across the United States will be holding events and hundreds of thousands of people will take a Stand Against Racism™ across the country.
The event will raise awareness that racism still exists in our communities and that it can no longer be tolerated. We seek to bring people together to discuss the power of research and partnership to help eliminate racism. We ask you to make your voice heard by joining the Stand Against Racism.
The URBAN.Boston – Stand Against Racism event will feature a panel of researchers discussing the impact of racism in community engaged research projects as well as an opportunity for new faculty and graduate students to share their research ideas and get feedback.
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Fri09May2014CUNY Graduate CenterNew York
PSP Community Lunches are ‘free spaces’ for anyone interested in participatory action research and design to break bread, Engage in good conversation, build community, and germinate ideas.
Location: Dining Commons on the 8th floor of The CUNY Graduate Center (365 Fifth Avenue, between 34th and 35th Streets, New York, NY)
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