Source: UCSB Arts and Lectures
UCSB Arts & Lectures (A&L) announces Race to Justice Winter 2021 virtual events, part of A&L’s season-long, in-depth look at systemic racism. This effort engages leading activists, creatives and thinkers to expand our understanding of racism and how race impacts society and to inspire an expansive approach to advancing racial equality. Race to Justice Winter 2021 virtual events include: Anna Deavere Smith; Minnijean Brown-Trickey; W. Kamau Bell; Dr. Mae Jemison; LaToya Ruby Frazier; and Michelle Alexander. These virtual events are created exclusively for UCSB Arts & Lectures and can be purchased by anyone, anywhere. Presentations will be followed by Q&As with the audience. Most virtual programs are an hour long starting at 5 p.m. Pacific and will be available for replay by ticket buyers for one week following the broadcast. The winter quarter includes FREE community and educational events including a special Inauguration Day encore presentation of Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra Septet with Wynton Marsalis’ Sounds of Democracy and an extensive Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra Residency featuring all-ages intensive musical programs beginning on Jan. 19.
- A Race to Justice Winter 2021 complete series package is available for $60.
- Single tickets for Race to Justice virtual events start at $10 for the general public and are FREE for UCSB students (registration required)
- Tickets and info available at www.ArtsAndLectures.UCSB.edu or by calling (805) 893-3535
- For tickets and more information, visit www.ArtsAndLectures.UCSB.edu or call the UCSB ticket office at (805) 893-3535.
EDUCATIONAL AND COMMUNITY IMPACT
Paramount to Arts & Lectures is amplifying Race to Justice’s impact In the community. An extensive educational and community outreach schedule will be integrated with Race to Justice programming, providing additional opportunities for UCSB students and members of the community to engage with the speakers and creators and their ideas.
For virtual events taking place from February through March, Race to Justice speakers will be meeting virtually with UCSB students from across the campus.
In addition, UCSB Arts & Lectures’ Thematic Learning Initiative is creating FREE opportunities for further engagement through partnerships with Santa Barbara County organizations focused on human services, at-risk populations and leadership, as well as tools for interested individuals and small groups to further explore race in society and promote racial equality. Members of the community interested in the Thematic Learning Initiative can learn more about how to participate in Race to Justice activities throughout Santa Barbara County atwww.thematic-learning.org.