Roe Bubar J.D.

March 5: Racial Microaggressions and Indigenous Peoples: Strategies Resisting Settler Colonialism in the Academy and in Our Classrooms

The School of Social Work’s Diversity and Human Rights Committee will sponsor a Dialogues around Difference Lecture:”Racial Microaggressions and Indigenous Peoples: Strategies Resisting Settler Colonialism in the Academy and in Our Classrooms” with guest presenter Roe Bubar, J.D. 

Monday, March 5th
12pm-1pm: Presentation
1pm-2pm: Questions and Interactive Dialogue
Longs Peak Room, LSC

Pizza will be served!

There will be an opportunity between the presentation and Q&A for getting to/from class if you can only make it to part of this event.

Roe Bubar, J.D. is Professor of Ethnic Studies, Joint Appointed in the School of Social Work, and Affiliate Faculty in Women’s Studies. Roe is a nationally recognized trainer and expert in interviewing children in child sexual abuse cases and her research interests include sexual violence, child maltreatment in tribal communities, and womyn of color feminisms. Her current research projects include sexual assault of Indigenous women/children, Native youth and STDs, racial and gendered microaggressions and Indigenous peoples, and examining professional power in social work relationships. Roe is a licensed attorney and mediator and she works with state, federal and tribal agencies.

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