Topic: We Need to Talk

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Campus News | May 25, 2021
Associate professor Mark Padoongpatt will tackle the history of and rise in anti-Asian sentiment and violence in a special episode of 'We Need to Talk.'
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Campus News | May 24, 2021
Keith E. Whitfield celebrates the heritage and accomplishments and contributions Asian American, Native Hawaiian, or Pacific Islander students, faculty, and staff have made in UNLV's continued success.
Television screens showing "We Need to Talk" panelists in a studio
Business and Community | May 19, 2021
University's "We Need to Talk" virtual discussion series returns May 27.
Campus News | April 8, 2021
Journalism students adapt to filming the We Need to Talk series in a social-distanced studio set-up
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People | February 24, 2021
Oral History Research Center Director Claytee White examines redevelopment plans for neighborhood in next episode of 'We Need to Talk'
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People | February 16, 2021
Public Policy professor Jayce Farmer stresses the importance of looking at how and why your local government is spending taxpayer money.
Two elementary school students and their principal sit around a desk with tablets, paper, and pencils
Campus News | February 10, 2021
UNLV professor Iesha Jackson examines structural forms of racism in the teacher education pipeline and ways to combat them.
Claytee White seated with "We Need to Talk" on TV screen behind her
Business and Community | January 28, 2021
The series, sponsored by UNLV Libraries and the Greenspun College of Urban Affairs, will be live-streamed by UNLV TV.
Claytee White sits in a chair and gestures toward a woman sitting to her right
Arts and Culture | December 30, 2020
A sampling of university experts who sounded off on the year’s monumental movements surrounding race, ethnicity, and gender.
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Campus News | October 26, 2020
'We Need to Talk' discussion series continues. Tune into the next episode Oct. 29.
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Campus News | September 15, 2020
Educational series explores issues on race and seeks solutions for a more inclusive society.