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“Post Election Outlook for Antiracism Efforts”

Join us for an engaging conversation and Q&A session with Dr. Michelle Loyd-Paige and Dr. Eric M. Washington both from Calvin University. Rev. Reggie Smith will moderate this discussion on the outcome of the U.S. presidential election and what it could mean for the ongoing work of antiracism efforts. Let’s talk about what happens at the intersection of faith, race, and politics.

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About the panelists:
Dr. Michelle Loyd-Paige is the Executive Associate to the President for Diversity and Inclusion (EAPDI) and holds an appointment of Professor of Sociology at Calvin University in Grand Rapids, Mich. Loyd-Paige joined the department of sociology and social work at Calvin College in 1985 having finished her graduate course work at Purdue University. Prior to becoming the EAPDI, Loyd-Paige has served as a teaching faculty member, chair of the department of sociology and social work, and the Dean for Multicultural Affairs. In 2015, Loyd-Paige was the recipient of the Floyd Skinner Justice Award. Loyd-Paige is a regular contributor on The Antioch Podcast. She lives in Muskegon Heights, Mich and attends Maple Avenue Ministries in Holland, Michigan.

Dr. Eric M. Washington is an Associate Professor of History and the Director of African & African Diaspora Studies Program at Calvin University in Grand Rapids, Mich. He is also a member of the Board of Directors of Africa Network, a nonprofit consortium of liberal arts colleges committed to literacy about and concern for Africa in American higher education. In terms of his research interests, he is completing a book manuscript on African American Baptist missionaries in Africa from 1820-1920. In addition, he has a growing interest in the intersection of African literature and African history. He has presented papers on the works of Chinua Achebe and Chimamanda Adichie and their engagement of history.


Join us online Thursday, November 12, 2020 at 12:00-1:00 PM ET

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