2019 Ikeda Lecture - Ceasar McDowell

Dialogue in Demographic Complexity:
Overcoming Our Discriminatory Consciousness


Ceasar McDowell is Professor of the Practice of Community Development and Director of the Global Civic Engagement Organization, Dropping Knowledge International, at MIT. He is Co-founder of The Civil Rights Forum on Telecommunications Policy and a founding Board member of The Algebra Project. His work centers on voice and the development of community knowledge systems and civic engagement. His research and teaching interests include the use of mass media and technology in promoting democracy and
community-building, the education of urban students, the development and use of empathy in community work, civil rights history, peacemaking, and conflict resolution.

Tuesday, October 1 at 6:00pm to 7:30pm

Student Center (Lincoln Park), 120A&B
2250 N Sheffield Ave

Event Type

International/Cultural Activities, Diversity, Speaker/Presenters

Departments

College of Education

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