Carnegie Mellon University
September 17, 2015

Celebrating 20 Years Black Urban Life Scholarship

Celebrating 20 Years Black Urban Life Scholarship Celebrating 20 Years Black Urban Life Scholarship

To link the history of race with how it has impacted work and economic opportunities over time with current analyses of the politics, urban labor force and employment policies that shaped black urban lives, CMU established the Center for Africanamerican Urban Studies and the Economy (CAUSE).

This academic year, CAUSE will host a conference, lecture series and film screening to mark 20 years of scholarship. On Oct. 2, Earl Lewis, president of the A.W. Mellon Foundation, will give the conference keynote lecture on the complicated intersections of race and class within and outside U.S. higher education.

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