Navigating Legitimized Racism: Indigeneity, Colorblindness, and the Sociology of Race
267 19th Ave S
Minneapolis, MN 55455
Associate Professor Dwanna McKay will present "Navigating Legitimized Racism: Indigeneity, Colorblindness, and the Sociology of Race."
All attendees must register by March 23, 2023.
About the Speaker
Dwanna L. McKay (formerly Robertson) is a citizen of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation and joined the Race, Ethnicity, and Migration Studies program in 2016. Professor McKay centers her teaching, research, service, and activism on an overall commitment to social justice. Raised within the boundaries of her tribal nation in Oklahoma, McKay understands the definitive disadvantage of growing up in a rural area steeped in discrimination and how that manifests in constrained access to basic needs like housing, healthcare, employment opportunities, and equitable education. McKay fuses active research and teaching agendas in social inequality, intersectionality, critical race theory, and indigenous identity with broad interdisciplinary knowledge.
Sociology Workshop Series
The Sociology Workshop Series provides a forum for faculty and students to present work and work in progress across a wide range of substantive areas, theoretical perspectives, and research methodology.