Wed, Apr 14|
Terms and Distinctions You Should Know to Better Understand Racism
Join us for a virtual session with Maxine Crump, as she discusses "Terms and Distinctions You Should Know to Better Understand Racism". The organization she founded, Dialogue on Race Louisiana, is dedicated to the elimination of racism through education, action, and transformation.
Time & Location
Apr 14, 2021, 10:45 AM – 1:00 PM
About the Event
Maxine Crump is the President and CEO of Dialogue on Race Louisiana. She attended Louisiana State University, where she became the first African American woman to live in on-campus housing. Her career spanned from working in news, public relations, and media development. She was the first woman DJ at WXOK AM, the first Black DJ at WFMF FM radio, and later the first black reporter at WAFB TV. Her volunteer leadership on the YWCA Board of Directors, where she participated in the national YWCA racial justice training program, led to her development of The Dialogue on Race Original Series.