CASAA Conversations Series
The CASAA Conversations Series features moderated discussions on current events related to race and racism in the modern world. The goal is to stimulate critical conversation, elevating the voices of community members, faculty, and students interested in a deeper understanding of these issues and their everyday ramifications. Facilitators include University faculty, staff, and students with guest speakers often invited to participate.
Access to Reproductive Healthcare for BIPOC Birthing People after Dobbs
Racial Inequities in the Democratic Process
CASAA Creative Scholarship Series
Following the Boyer model, CASAA promotes several kinds of scholarship centered on the issues in our mission. This includes creative scholarship and arts-based inquiry, both invaluable in shaping how we think about complicated issues related to race. This speakers series seeks to elevate the voices of artists, musicians, and writers on and off campus.
CASAA Race Matters Forum
The CASAA Race Matters Forum offers a vital space on the Arcadia University campus for faculty, staff, and administration to engage in dialogue about ongoing research on race, racism, and social justice as well as interrelated issues in higher education. Presenters include University faculty and staff as well as guest speakers with expertise on historic and contemporary issues of race across the globe.