Watercolor painting of protest and police scenes outside of a school building

CUNY 1969: What We Learn from a Year of Unrest, Student Activism, and the Struggle for Black and Puerto Rican Representation at CUNY (in-person and online)

Event Details

  • Date:

Baruch College Vertical Campus, Room NVC 14-280

Live stream will be available on YouTube 

TLH is proud to cosponsor this conversation with the Baruch Center for Teaching and Learning.


Karanja Keita Carroll, PhD, Lecturer of Black & Latinx Studies, Baruch; Malcolm X Grassroots Movement; North East Political Prisoner Coalition; Black Alliance for Peace

Dasharah Green, PhD Student, English, Graduate Center CUNY; Lecturer of Black & Latinx Studies, Baruch; Lecturer of English, John Jay; Writing Center Consultant, Columbia University

Kashema Hutchinson, PhD in Urban Education, Graduate Center CUNY

Accessibility: This event will take place in-person at the New Vertical Campus building at Baruch College, on the 14th floor, room NVC 14-280. The location is ADA-compliant. The event will also be live-streamed on the CTL’s YouTube page with in-time closed-captioning (which may not be perfect).

Registration required (in-person or live streaming). Limited seating available.
Register here (in-person or live streaming).

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About Jessica Murray

Jessica Murray received her Ph.D. in Developmental Psychology at The Graduate Center, CUNY in 2020. She is the Director of Digital Communications for Transformative Learning in the Humanities (TLH), a three-year initiative supported by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. She is also working on a web project with teaching materials about civil rights struggles in New York City, including disability rights history. She advocates for improving public transit accessibility in New York City for people with disabilities and chairs the Advisory Committee for Transit Accessibility for New York City Transit.