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National Conference on Race and Ethnicity in American Higher Education(NCORE)


May 26 - 30, 2015 - Washington DC

NCORE, the leading national conference on the issues of race and ethnicity in American higher education, draws some 2300 attendees each year. Campus leaders and social justice change agents came together to share ways to build inclusive campuses and culturally effective students. With issues of race, gender and ethnicity shaping the world's news, NCORE is still essential to building skills and gathering tools for positive change.

SpeakOut is always out in force - our speakers and artists offered pre-conference institutes, keynotes, workshops and breakout sessions. Staffers Jean Caiani and Felicia Gustin work the booth in the exhibit hall - networking, coordinating conference booksignings, and selling books and DVDs. Taking part in this year's conference are the following people from SpeakOut:
Click on their NAME to see their full bio
Click on SCHEDULE to see what they'll be doing at NCORE

    SpeakOut is also co-sponsor of the Plenary Panel,  Dispatches from the Movement: Perspectives on Leadership, Organizing and Solidarity in the Struggle for Racial Justice on Tuesday, May 26 at 8:00 - 9:30 pm. Panelists include:
        Charlene Carruthers, National Director, Black Youth Project 100
        Alicia Garza, Co-Founder, #BlackLivesMatter
        Rinku Sen, Executive Director, Race Forward, Publisher, Colorlines
        Sherika Shaw, Regional Organizer, Dream Defenders
        Tim Wise, writer and educator, SpeakOut


    Check out these photos from NCORE 2014!

    Jean Caiani, James Loewen & Felicia Gustin  Ariel Luckey performs Amnesia   Paul Kivel, Amer F. Ahmed, Tim Wise

    Michael Benitez Jr., Felicia Gustin & Tim Wise                            Victor Lewis, Felicia Gustin, Hugh Vasquez, Tim Wise

    We hope to see you in Washington DC at NCORE 2015!
    To learn more: www.ncore.ou.edu