The Storming of the US Capitol: What can We Do? (III)

The Storming of the US Capitol: What can We Do?

Join us for three panel discussions to discuss the storming of the US Capitol on January 6, its aftermath, and the future. What is happening in our country politically? What's the role of white supremacy, racism, Christian nationalism, Donald Trump, and the Republican and Democratic parties? What can you do – what can we do – during these troubling times?

This event is open to all. We warmly welcome students, faculty, staff, and administrators. Attend one, two, or all three events! Please check out the related library resources.


PART III

3-member, in-depth panel
Wednesday, April 14, 2021
12:40 pm — 1:30 pm

Join via Zoom


Panelists

Yolanda Bellisimo, History and Political Science 
Paul Cheney, History and Political Science
Yashica Crawford, Psychology and Umoja
Gina Cullen, Counseling and Educational Student Success
Marco Gonzalez, Behavioral Sciences, Psychology, and Sociology
Colleen Mihal, Communications and Umoja
Meg Pasquel, Academic President, College Skills, English and Humanities
Susan Rahman, Behavioral Sciences, Psychology, and Sociology
Walter Turner, History, Ethnic Studies, and Umoja
 

Moderator

Sarah Frye, Librarian, Library Chair, and Coordinator

Sponsors

Students 4 Social Justice, Alpha Gamma Sigma Honor Society, College of Marin Library
 

For more information

askalibrarian@marin.edu or (415) 845-0536
 

US Capitol and American flag