Session 5 of the Scarlet and Black Virtual Symposium was recorded on April 30, 2021.
This panel highlights our new book Scarlet and Black, Volume 3: Making Black Lives Matter at Rutgers, 1945-2020. Panelists discuss the significance of campus and community student protest movements at Rutgers in New Brunswick, Camden, and Newark during the late twentieth century.
- Miya Carey, co-editor of Volume 3, Presidential Diversity Postdoctoral Fellow at Binghamton University
- Beatrice Adams, Scarlet and Black doctoral researcher
- Roy Jones, RU-CCAS ’70, Executive Director of the National Institute for Healthy Human Spaces
- Vickie Donaldson, RU-NCAS ’71, RLAW ’82, former Director of Homeless Services at the Newark Department of Health and Wellness