Power Violence and Inequality Collective presents Broken Mirrors and Reflections: A Study of Footprints from the US Diversity Visa Lottery Program  Onoso Imoagene Assistant Professor of Sociology University of Pennsylvania  Thursday, April 25, 2019 12:30–2:00pm Gibson Hall, Room 296 Lunch will be provided https://at.virginia.edu/2IpQGUX
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Slavery Since Emancipation Speaker Series  the Carter G. Woodson Institute & the Power, Violence & Inequality Collective present Four Peculiar Institutions  of Racial Rule  How They Differ, Why It Matters
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The Power, Violence and Inequality (PVI) Collective in the College of Arts & Sciences brings together scholars, students, and others in the University community and beyond to advance research, mentorship, and teaching focused on violence rooted in power and inequality, and to foster collaboration in those areas across disciplines, methods, and university units.


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