CRS is not just a list of courses.  Coursework is amply supplemented with research colloquia, symposia, interdisciplinary collaborations, and community partnerships in order to integrate critical race theory and practice.  Above all, it is a site of intellectual and social engagement that is giving rise to the next generation of racial justice advocacy and scholarship.
  • The bi-annual CRS Symposium convenes the leading critical race theorists to address contemporary racial inequality and historical processes of exclusion. 
  • Scholars around the country fly in to present works-in-progress to CRS students and faculty in the Critical Race Studiesworkshop. 
  • CRS has partnered with non-governmental organizations (NGOs) to launch innovative projects to impact racial exclusion at the ground level.  CRS students play pivotal roles in these “praxis” efforts, which address a range of issues, including: