Dr. Valerie Ann Johnson
Dean – Arts, Sciences & Humanities
Co-director – Center for Racial and Social Justice
Dr. Valerie Ann Johnson
One year later, we remember the stolen life of George Floyd, a Black man who was murdered in a senseless act of violence by Derek
Shaw University Center for Racial and Social Justice, along with the City of Raleigh, Announces Survey for Courageous Community Conversations
Survey will allow people of Raleigh to provide input about what matters to them and to inform future conversations Today, May 17th at 3:00 pm, President
Shaw UniversityandShaw University Center for Racial and Social Justice Statement in Response to the Shooting of Andrew Brown, Jr. ByDr. Valerie Ann JohnsonDean, Shaw University School
Shaw University Center for Racial and Social Justice Statement in Response to the Derek Chauvin Guilty Verdict
In the quest for justice, the guilty verdict involving the trial of Derek Chauvin in the brutal killing of George Floyd is a victory in
On Wednesday, April 14th, Shaw University officially unveiled the Center for Racial and Social Justice and its new website. Watch the entire event below.
Baskerville Letter to Dr. Paulette Dillard on the Launching of Shaw Center on Racial and Economic Justice
Dear President Dillard: The National Association for Equal Opportunity in Higher Education (NAFEO), and the NAFEO Nation-105 HBCUs and 80 Predominantly Black Institutions (PBIs) salute
On Monday, March 29th, CRSJ co-director Dr. Valerie Johnson moderated a panel discussion for Women’s History Month. The discussion centered on the role of women
Dr. Paulette Dillard is the 18th president of Shaw University. My vision for the Shaw University Center for Racial and Social Justice is based on
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEMarch 19, 2021 Media ContactJeff Tippettjeff.email@example.com Shaw University Center for Racial and Social Justice Statement on Atlanta Murder Spree Racism and xenophobia have
Dr. Valerie Johnson, co-director of the CRSJ, is featured in Episode 4 of Follow the Frenchmen. The series the trail of General Lafayette. “Julien travels
On Thursday, March 11th, Common Cause HBCU Student Action Alliance hosted an interactive conversation to celebrate Women’s History Month. The event was moderated by Jameliah
On Friday, February 19th, Dean Valerie Johnson moderated a discussion with renowned public historian, researcher and author Elvatrice Belsches. The webinar, entitled Above and Beyond:
RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) — State and local law enforcement leaders say they are working together, and remain vigilant against threats at North Carolina’s Capitol and
FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. (WTVD) — The world watched Wednesday afternoon as Trump supporters stormed the U.S. Capitol. Many are calling Capitol Police’s response toward Trump supporters
What we witnessed on January 6th, in the storming of the Capitol of the United States was the result of the refusal to call to account the traitorous actions of the adherents to the Confederacy and the continued inertia that allows White supremacy to remain embedded in US culture.
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (WTVD) — The immigration debate has been front and center in American politics for years now. It became especially heated during the
The funding will help build general infrastructure and sustainability efforts for the CRSJ including targeted initiatives: lectures, workshops, seminars, certificate programs, forums, exhibits, student-led civic engagement, and ongoing advocacy work.
Shaw University’s Center for Racial and Social Justice Announces Partnership with the City of Raleigh
Courageous Conversations Includes a Series of Listening Sessions on Race, Racism, and Social Equity RALEIGH, NC—Today Shaw University announces that its Center for Racial and Social
Congress Must Make It Clear that the Constitution Applies to Federal Officers as Much as It Applies to State Officers.
Following the police killings of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor, a nationwide movement for accountability and equality has found cross-ideological agreement that policing must change.
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