Tyrone Howard to Take Part in UCLA Discussion on Racial Trauma

Founder of UCLA's Black Male Institute and director of the UCLA Pritzker Center to take part in virtual discussion with Nicole Green, Executive Director of UCLA Counseling and Psychological Services, June 10.

UCLA Professor of Education Tyrone Howard will take part in a virtual discussion on “Processing Racial Trauma,” presented by UCLA Strategic Communications on Wednesday, June 10 at 12:30 p.m. PDT/3:30 p.m. EDT. He will be in conversation with Nicole Green, PhD, executive director of UCLA Counseling and Psychological Services, on the resurgence of White nationalism, the racial disparities around the COVID-19 pandemic, and the recent killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery and other African Americans, that are bringing issues of racism and hate to the fore in 21st Century America.  

Howard is the director of the UCLA Pritzker Center for the Strengthening of Children and Families. On July 1, he will also take the helm at the UCLA Center for the Transformation of Schools.

To attend this event, or for more information, visit this link. Those who RSVP to the webinar will receive a confirmation email with the Zoom details.

This event is presented by UCLA Strategic Communications. To watch past conversations, visit the UCLA Connections website. For more information, email connections@stratcomm.ucla.edu.