Black Lives Matter: Local Perspectives
A conversation with USU faculty on the historical and contemporary significance of the movement for Black lives, the potential for this movement to address systemic racism and white supremacy and ways the USU community can support this movement locally. The conversation features Dr. Angela Diaz, Assistant Professor of History, Dr. Amy Odum, Professor of Psychology and Gonca Soyer, an Adjunct Professor in Human Development and Family Studies.
Utah State University
Black Lives Matter, BLM, Utah, local perspectives, USU faculty
Diaz, Angela; Odum, Amy; Soyer, Gonca; and Glass, Christy M., "Black Lives Matter: Local Perspectives" (2020). Teach-In for Racial Justice. 5.